Tuesday, December 14, 2010

BBQ Pork in a Crockpot

1 10-12 pound Boston pork roast (Or ask your butcher what a good substitute would be for this cut of meat.)

1 large bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce

2 teaspoons Liquid Smoke

1 small onion; chopped OR 2 tablespoons of dried onion flakes


hamburger buns

condiments such as ketchup, mustard, pickles, sliced onions, etc


Place your roast into the crockpot. Set crockpot on LOW.

In a seperate bowl, combine the BBQ sauce, Liquid Smoke and chopped onion. Mix well. Pour this mixture over the roast.

Cook the roast until it is done and tender. This will usually take from 6-8 hours. Once the meat is tender, drain off the fat. (This might be easier if you remove the meat first. Once this has been done, place the roast back into the crockpot. If desired. you can add more of the same kind of bottled BBQ sauce.

You can either eat the pork just as it is or spoon it onto hamburger or hot dog buns. Top with ketchup, mustard, pickle slices or onion slices if you want to.


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