Thursday, November 17, 2011

Super easy crockpot barbeque sandwiches--YUM!

One of our go-to kid friendly and easy dinners.

Here in the south everyone loves a pulled pork sandwich.
And cooked in the crock pot makes it practically like mom's night off.

Even the four finicky eaters in the house approve.
The 10 year old boy eats 2 whole sandwiches in a sitting.
Makes nice for leftover night too.
And make sandwiches and wrap in aluminum foil to take on the go (like to baseball games).
The 6 year old boy prefers to eat it without the bun and dipped in extra bbq sauce.

So here is how I prefer to make barbeque.
I buy the boneless pork rib ends.
The type of meat makes a BIG difference.
I place the uncooked meat in the crockpot and then fill the crockpot halfway with water.
Cook on low setting about 8 hours.
Then drain the water out.
Then I pour over the meat my favorite bbq sauce (if you prefer you can make homemade).
We LOVE the red sauce from a local bbq restaurant, Gibson's Barbeque.
Now use a couple of forks to shred the tender meat and coat with sauce.
Leave on low setting for a few more hours til dinner time.
And that's all there is!

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to try your recipe! Yum!


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