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Pulled Pork Sliders Taste Test

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Each of our Taste Test Reviews comes with the original recipe and the tester's notes/changes listed with the ingredient list in blue. We hope you enjoy!

Wow, wow, wow! If you enjoy BBQ I highly recommend trying this dish. After reading the recipe I was a little bit intimidated by the steps and time required to cook the pulled pork. The piece of meat is large and took quite a while to sear, but other than that the recipe was very easy and yielded a great result!

I opted to use Hawaiian sweet roll buns and they paired perfectly with the pulled pork. Toast the bun with a little butter, add a bit of extra BBQ sauce, top with the pork, and you are good to go with a tasty dish!

Pulled Pork Sliders
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Makes 25 Servings

Preparation Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 3 Hours

Cost: It would be about $19 for a full recipe

Ingredients for Pork:

*3 pounds pork shoulder

*3 large carrots, whole

*3 each, celery ribs

*1 large yellow onion, in chunks

*3 sprigs fresh sage

*4 cups chicken or pork stock

*Salt and pepper, to taste

Ingredients for Sliders:

*2 ounces pulled pork

*BBQ sauce, to taste

*Slider buns

*Store-bought coleslaw, to taste


*Season the pork shoulder heavily with salt and pepper.

*Pour 2 tablespoons of olive oil on a heavy large sauté pan.

*Sear the pork in pan, fat side down first, until golden brown. Repeat the process on all sides.

*Arrange all vegetables on the bottom of a 12 x 12 inch baking pan, then place pork on top of vegetables.

*Pour some stock in the pan and scrape the bottom of the pan with the help of a spatula until bits on bottom of pan release.

*Pour the stock around the pork, then place the fresh sage along the side of the pork

(these 2 steps add great flavor, so try to do them).

*Cover the pan with aluminum foil to create a tight lid and slow bake in a preheated oven at

350F for 3 hours.

*After 3 hours, check for doneness. Pork should easily pull-away with no effort when scratched with a fork.

*Take pork out of baking pan and place on a cooling rack. Allow to cool at room temp for an hour.

*Pull the pork meat, then place in a large bowl and add your favorite BBQ sauce to taste.

*Mix well to combine.

*In a separate mixing bowl, prepare your favorite prepackaged coleslaw following package instructions.


*Warm, or toast, slider buns if desired.

*Take the bottom of the slider buns and top with BBQ pulled pork, BBQ sauce, coleslaw then top with bun and garnish with a decorative skewer.

Recipe and Taste Tester - Alina Gersib


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