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Recipe: BBQ Pork Sandwiches


This recipe for BBQ Pork Sandwiches is so easy… it practically makes itself… no kidding… and the end result is restaurant quality pulled pork … at a fraction of the cost it would be to take the family out..

I serve these delicious sandwiches with the pork piled high on rolls…. and with seasoned oven baked fries and coleslaw…. A delicious dinner!

Now for the easy part…. 3 ingredients… and a crock pot… seriously! … Warren made ours… it was so easy he didn’t mind… and what a treat to have a meal cooked for me!

TIPS

This recipe calls for boneless pork ribs… you can also use a Boston Butt… if you do use the Boston Butt.. plan on cooking it longer… 8-10 hours… or until it begins to fall apart.

The beef broth amount will vary with how many pounds of ribs you have… you want to have about 2/3 of your meat covered in broth.

You can make this over night and prepare the meat quickly in the morning. Refrigerate until that evening, all you have to do is reheat it in the microwave or the oven…

This recipe makes 6 servings.

You simply have to try this recipe!






Recipe: BBQ Pork Sandwiches

All you need:

3 pounds boneless pork ribs
1 ½ - 1 ¾ cups beef broth (see tips)
2 bottles BBQ sauce (your favorite)

All you have to do:

Put the pork ribs in the crock pot and add the beef broth. Set the pot on high and cook for about 6 hours or until the meat falls apart when poked with a spoon. Turn the meat once about halfway through cooking.

Allow to cool long enough to handle. Pull meat apart, discarding the fat.

Add about 1 ½ bottles of BBQ sauce to the meat and mix well… add more as needed.

Put in a microwaveable dish and microwave for 8-10 minutes on 80% or until heated through, stirring occasionally.

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