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Video: How to Make Pulled Pork

Make this succulent barbequed pork dish in your oven.

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This staple of the South just couldn’t be more simple or delicious! In this video, you’ll learn how to make succulent pulled pork right in your oven or slow cooker. You’ll discover the best cut to use for pulled pork and how much of it to buy to feed a hungry family. You’ll find out the best way to marinate your pork and which seasonings make the best rubs. You’ll also see how to quickly seal in juices before you cook the pork low and slow, letting it simmer it in its own savory juices. Then, watch how easy it is to shred perfectly cooked pulled pork and see how to make a wonderful sauce with the meat juices. Get a top-rated pulled pork recipe.

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Apr. 20, 2015 10:04 am
trying to find a pulled pork recipe, no spicy ones as this family can't have spice. I was thinking sweet and sour, I had a recipe for that one but when we moved here a lot of things went missing, one of my recipe boxes was one of them :( I can't seem to find the one I had, but then again the one I had was before internet.
Sep. 18, 2013 9:40 pm
Me & my chef gf made pulled pork in our pot on a stove top. Cooked it for almost 8 hours on slow heat. But somehow, it seems dry. Not sure what happened. We are trying to cook for another hour or so to see what happens. We feel it could be the shoulder meat quality. Any suggestions are welcome.
Aug. 19, 2013 12:46 pm
Ok for one thing there is no one "right" way to do pulled pork everyone has there own preferences. Iv had it all different ways.With rub and without sauce, with sauce smothered and slaw on top, smoked, oven cooked,in a crock pot, and even grilled wrapped in foil. All ways are pretty darn good you must try them before judging them. Sure, I have my favorite. Iv noticed a lot of people on this site judge recipes before trying them the way they are written or change items in the recipe then give them a bad star rating..LOL..people if you are going rate recipes don't change half the ingredients and then rate it.
Jun. 28, 2013 5:35 am
I'll be making a pulled pork for a group of about 80 people. Does anybody know how many pounds of pork I would need for pulled pork sandwiches?
Jun. 27, 2013 7:16 am
Could a person do this with beef instead of pork?
Jun. 27, 2013 5:41 am
I thought pulled pork uses vinegar?
Feb. 28, 2013 9:48 am
Great ideas - I've never tried pulled pork before, though we make shredded BBQ chicken fairly often.
Oct. 9, 2012 12:49 pm
im going to try this but with a little less sauce.
Oct. 4, 2012 1:00 pm
I'm just now watching the video AND viewing the comments. There is no ABSOLUTE way to make bbq! If its tender, juicy and flavorful, then it doesn't matter what part of the region its cooked in. I have west indian/southern roots( South Carolina at that) both families make their bbq diffrent but, whether its dry or ALL tastes great. I enjoyed the video and have made my bbq as such many times. No complaints over here.
Apr. 20, 2012 8:59 pm
Wow, that's a LOT of sauce! Try using seasoned salt as a rub and add a bit of worcestershire sauce after you shred it. Then if you have to add bbq sauce do so in small increments and cook the sauce down before serving the meat. Here in TX I've never had coleslaw on a sandwich like that- we use pickle and onion slices.
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