How To Make an Easy Crockpot Pork BBQ

Crazy for pork and too lazy to go for a complicated way of cooking it? Not to worry as there are so many ways to making a Crockpot Pork BBQ which will not be a complicated task although you will have to be patient with it. Piled on toasted buns, topped with pickle slices, coleslaw and barbecue sauce, this pork roast will make you ask for more and you will not have enough of it because it is simply delicious. Recipe for making an easy Crockpot Pork BBQ is so easy that you might not even require any assistance to it as long as you have the right ingredients, a good Crockpot and are not in a mood to do complicated things inside the chicken.

This Pork BBQ does not require a host of different ingredients. All you need to have or buy from the local grocery will be around 3lbs of tenderloins, you favourite barbecue sauce, onion, garlic clove, hot sauce, salt and pepper. Just follow the directions properly and you can be sure that the BBQ will come out great and your guests will love it. It can even become a regular meal in your house.

Prep time: 1 hour
Cook time: 9 hours
Total time: 10 hours
Yield: 4 servings
Utensils: Crockpot, knife, gloves, bowl, plates

Ingredients:
Pork tenderloins: 3 lbs
Your favourite barbecue sauce: 8 ounces
Onion (minced): 1 small
Garlic cloves (minced): 2 -3
Dashes hot sauce: 2
Salt and pepper
Now that you have collected all that you need to, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get busy in the kitchen as time is of the essence.

Instructions

  • 1

    First, place the salt and peppered loin of your pork in the Crockpot. Make sure that you roast the pork brown and not black with a small amount of oil.

  • 2

    Now, peel and then slice one small onion. Place the two halves of the onion at the bottom of the crockpot.

  • 3

    Add ½ cup of water.

  • 4

    Now, put your remaining onion and garlic into the pot.

  • 5

    Now, just cover the crockpot and cook it at a low temperature for around 9 hours.

  • 6

    After this, remove the meat and let it cool enough and then take away the onion and juices from the pot and put them in a slow cooker.

  • 7

    Now, tear your roast in small shreds and then put them back in the pot.

  • 8

    Add barbecue sauce to the mixture according to your taste and then keep cooking it for an hour more until all the flavours become blended perfectly.

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