Here's a dozen of the best recipes for pulled pork, along with some recipes using leftover pulled pork. Most are simple to prepare and cook in the slow cooker, but there's also an oven version. The typical pulled pork sandwich is piled on buns and served with barbecue sauce, coleslaw, and your favorite side dishes.
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This popular pulled pork is made with a pork shoulder roast, onion, and purchased barbecue sauce. The slow cooker makes it extra-easy to prepare and cook while you do other things. It's a great dish for a winter weekend or tailgating event, and it's always a hit with friends and family.
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The Instant Pot or pressure cooker will cook the pork in a fraction of the time. This pork shoulder was cooked in 80 minutes! Serve it with barbecue sauce and your favorite sides.
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Here's a great idea for tailgating or a game day party, or make it for a weekend meal.
This spiced pork roast is slow roasted in the oven until falling-apart tender, then it's shredded and blended with a homemade barbecue sauce or your favorite purchased barbecue sauce. Serve this wonderful barbecued pork on soft buns with slaw and beans on the side. Be sure to serve extra barbecue sauce for the sandwiches.
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Southwest seasonings, salsa, and peppers make this out-of-the-ordinary pulled pork memorable. Serve this pulled pork with spicy slaw and a chipotle or Sriracha mayonnaise in soft corn or flour tortillas.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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This pulled pork recipe is an oven barbecued pork roast, shredded then heated with barbecue sauce, onions, and seasonings. It's a great dish for a party or big meal, or freeze the pulled pork in batches. Keep it warm in the slow cooker for a party and let guests serve themselves.
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This flavorful pulled pork is made with a little grill seasoning, bell peppers, onions, and barbecue sauce. The slow cooker makes preparation a snap! Serve it with soft rolls and coleslaw.
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You'll enjoy the spicy chipotle flavor in this pulled pork barbecue. It's a very simple recipe cooked in the slow cooker.
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This pulled pork makes a great weekend meal with beans, potato salad or fries, and slaw.
Warm the reserved sauce and pass it at the table for people to spoon over their pork. Serve barbecue sauce as well for people who might prefer the alternative.
Serve with slaw, pickles, buns, and baked beans or your favorite sides.Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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A homemade Texas-style barbecue sauce flavors this succulent perfectly seasoned pulled pork. The slow cooker makes preparation a snap.
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We freeze extra pulled pork to use later. These pulled pork barbecue cups are an excellent way to use leftover pork barbecue. Serve these treats for lunch or dinner with coleslaw and fries or chips.
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Use your favorite pizza crust recipe to make a deep dish or thin crust pizza with a tasty topping of leftover pulled pork and barbecue sauce. Feel free to use purchased or leftover pulled pork for this pizza topping.
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The flavorful homemade sauce for this crock pot pulled pork is made with vinegar, ketchup, crushed red pepper, and barbecue sauce.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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Another slow cooker version, this pulled pork is wonderful on buns with coleslaw and beans. A little honey adds flavor to this pork, along with the barbecue sauce and seasonings.
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This recipe makes a big batch, and it freezes well! The pork is baked with a flavorful rub and then it's cooked with barbecue sauce and some vinegar.