Yield: Yields 8 cups pulled pork, enough for 12 to 16 sandwiches.
Everybody loves a sandwich for dinner, especially if it’s one with saucy pulled pork spilling out the sides. You’ll need two hands for this easy version of the classic, along with lots of napkins.
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This was a delicious dinner, enjoyed by the whole family. So easy to make, bursting with flavor, and great left overs. I made the apple fennel slaw with this and also accompanied the meal with some potato chips. It was a huge hit! I also used Brioche buns and I believe that was the icing on the cake!
This is a great recipe, the sauce is wonderful. I made a few slight alterations. Used extra brown sugar as many before have suggested. I used more in the cooking process as well as in the sauce prepared at the end. Also in the sauce I used extra tomato paste a little extra heat with a few dashes of a habanero mango sauce I had in my fridge. The sauce was really delicious just taste and adjust if you like to your liking. No need for bottled BBQ sauce with this recipe. It's superb and super easy. Spent the day on the golf course while this cooked (who gets to do that before entertaining!) Paired this with the Apple and Fennel Slaw as suggested. Make it as well... it's a winner as well!
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