Your workday is rough. We know. You sit at your desk, twiddle a pencil and surf Facebook until you can take a lunch break—which you make sure to extend a bit longer, cocktails and such—we know. Then you take a nap and sleep off your mid afternoon buzz until four o’clock rolls around (right when the boss is making his rounds), when you wake up and crank out an hour of work. We know. We also know you’re exhausted when you get home from a hard day’s work, so here is a pulled pork crockpot recipes that will cook while you are hard at work.
For this pulled port crockpot recipes you aren’t going to need much to get started. You need: one large pork loin, onion, barbeque sauce, and (believe it or not!) a crockpot. Follow the directions below (for the before and after work section) to enjoy this fabulous and easy pulled pork crockpot recipes.
First and foremost, the most important part of your meal is going to be the prep work. You must must must must, have to! make sure that your pork loin is thawed before you put it in the crockpot. Your pulled pork crockpot recipes won’t turn out the way you want them to if you don’t thaw it. After the pork loin is thawed, add a small (very little) bit of water to the crockpot and put the pork loin in. Keep the crockpot cooking on low while you are hard at work. When you get home you can finish the process.
Remove the pork loin from the crockpot, placing it flat on a cutting board. Then, you are going to want to take two forks and pull the pork loin apart (hence: pulled pork!). It should just fall apart. Once that is done, throw it back in the crockpot, add some barbeque sauce, and the onion you just chopped into the mix. Turn the crockpot on high and let it cook for 15-20 minutes. Spread it out over the bun and enjoy your wonderful pulled pork crockpot recipes!