Grills are good and all, but sometimes there’s a shortcut that can create equally drool-worthy results. No, there’s not gunna be a smoke ring and you aren’t going to be able to brag to your buddies about how you maintained the perfect temp to produce fall off the bone action, but you are going to be able to roll up your sleeves and get your jam on with some damn fine pork because you let the slow cooker do all the work and didn’t bat an eyelash. Yeah, Martha Stewart would be proud of your rebellious self-breaking the oath that is grilling and working a little smarter not harder for once. I’m not saying a low slow smoke isn’t amazing. I’m just saying no one chowing down needs to be pointing fingers at how you got results this good. Grab them some buns and let them toss all they want on.
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- 1 3 lbs boneless pork shoulder
- 1 onion, rough dice
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- salt and pepper
- 1/2 cup water
- 3 tbs cider vinegar
- 2 tbs Worcestershire sauce
- 1 teas ancho chile powder
- BBQ sauce
- Toppings: pickes, slaw, cheese, more bbq sauce, etc
- Pat the pork roast dry and season with salt and pepper. Arrange the diced onion and garlic on the bottom of the crock pot.
- Season the pork with salt and pepper. Place in the crock pot.
- Whisk the water, cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, and ancho chili powder in a bowl together. Pour over the pork. Cover with lid and allow to cook on low for 8 to 10 hours, until the pork easily pulls apart.
- Remove any fat from the pork pull apart with 2 forks. Toss with barbecue sauce and allow to thicken about 30 minutes before serving on fresh buns.
BHG Creative Slow Cooker 2011