Saturday, September 6, 2008

Crock-Pot Pork Roast

Simple simple. I use a blend of salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and seasoning salt as my "house" blend. Rubbed it all into a pork butt roast, poured 2 Cups of chicken broth in the crock-pot and cooked on low for 5 hours, until I could pull it apart. My crock-pot cooks fast, so I have to use less time than the normal 7-8 hours or else it will be dry.

I served this on buns and told everyone to add whatever "sauce" they'd like. They chose mayo, BBQ sauce and just plain. I chose a favorite dipping sauce, Maggi Taste Of Asia Sweet Chili Sauce. What a strange condiment for pulled pork sandwiches, but I liked it.

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2 Lovely Comments:

Bishop said...

Can't go wrong with slow cooked pork on a bun.

Over the Labor Day weekend I smoked 2 of those pork roasts for about 8 hours and made sandwiches myself. They are great with some kind of coleslaw on the bun.

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