Making pulled pork for barbecue sandwiches is not a complicated task. Anyone can do it with the proper equipment, the proper ingredients, and a little bit of barbecue pit-master know-how. First, the equipment.
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Next, pour a combination of plain yellow mustard and/or honey over the pork. You may have to heat the honey up to get it to spread properly. Use a brush and cover all the sides.
To season the inside of the butt I like to inject it with a combination of apple juice, chicken broth and dry rub. Typically I will mix four ounces each of apple juice and broth and stir in a tablespoon of dry rub. I inject the butt all over with as much slow cooker pulled pork of the solution as it will hold. It is important to use an injection syringe with large holes so they do not get clogged with any dry rub particles.
As a working Mom sometimes I do not arrive home from work until 6:30. On those nights I will either throw a meal in the slow cooker before I leave for work or leave directions for the babysitter to put the casserole or meatloaf in the oven at 5:00. Then when my husband arrives home at 6:00, dinner is hot, ready and the house smells delicious.
Sunny Anderson on the Food Network uses soy sauce, honey, and brown sugar slow cooker curry recipes sweeten up these game day wings. Alternately, if you want some regular buffalo wings, here's a great recipe!
Remove pork from cooker and place on a large cutting board or platter and let rest for about 15 minutes. Pull meat from bones, discard fat, and place on buns or rolls bbq pulled pork recipe serve.