TABASCO® Honey BBQ Pull-Apart Chicken Sliders on Hawaiian rolls are sticky and sweet. This post is sponsored by Walmart. The opinions and in the text are all mine. Nothing says summer like a nice BBQ, and I could not be happier about that. That is read more
Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner so I put together a round-up of recipes. They all amazing, easy and delicious. I do not about you, but in my house, we love Mexican cuisine. I make it at least once a week. Spicy or read more
Since we love slow cooked meals, I had to test this sauce. It was a hit! Seriously, it cannot get any easier than putting a chunk of meat in slow cooker. Then, pouring smoky, tangy and yummy sauce on top and wait until the food is slowly bubbling.
I would not be me if I did not add something-something to make it better, so I added sriracha, which is really optional.
These sauces from Campbell’s Slow cooker are lifesavers, especially for busy households. Also, they are inexpensive.
The taste of Southern BBQ sauce smothered over shredded pork was incredible, I must say! There are other flavors that I enjoyed and I linked them down in notes.
The fact is that I am a complete sucker not only for a slow-cooked chunk of meat but for BBQ flavors…there is no way in hell that I would take a pass. There is always a space for it in my belly, that goes for grilled food, too. (For you that don’t know BBQ and grilling are two different things, just sayin’.
Anyhow, if you are busy and have your hands full this is the way to go, perfectly seasoned, melt in your mouth, kick-ass sandwich.
Slow Cooked Pulled Pork with Southern BBQ Sauce
- 3-4 lb. well trimmed boneless pork shoulder
- 1 pack Slow Cooker Sauces Southern BBQ
- 1 tbsp. Sriracha *optional
Place pork in the slow cooker. Open slow cooker sauce, then pour over pork and add sriracha which is optional but it gives a nice kick. (no water necessary)
Cover and cook on low 8 to 10 hours (or on high 6 hours until pork is very tender). Remove pork to cutting board and shred with 2 forks.
- Divide shredded pork among buns/rolls/tortillas. Serve it with salad, or Coleslaw etc.
You can use Beef or Chicken (of course chicken will cook much faster).
Other favorite sauces from the same brand are Sweet Korean BBQ sauce (the taste is the same as if you are eating bulgogi) and Slow Cooker Mexican Red Chile Taco Sauce. You can buy these sauces online (Amazon), Publix, Walmart etc. This is not sponsored post and these opinions are 100% my own.
Products from Amazon.com