Slow-cooker Mustard Barbecued Pork

  • AmyNJames Posted: 01/14/12
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    Everyone in my family loved this meat; and in my house, that's not usually the case. It's simple, mouth-watering and delicious.

  • lemonzest1 Posted: 01/18/12
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    I found the mustard to be a little over powering but still enjoyed it. It was even better the second day. I used the left overs to make pork enchilades

  • jotadito Posted: 01/29/12
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    Fairly easy and good flavor, although we also found the mustard a bit too intense. Still, we gobbled it up.

  • lizhurrry Posted: 02/11/12
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    I usually leave BBQ pork to my husband, but when I saw this mustard vinegar combo, I wanted to try it myself. Pulling the pork (shredding) was time comsuming, but overall, it was well worth the time invested. Simple ingredients, simply delicious.

  • ak2005 Posted: 03/15/12
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    Made this for the Super Bowl this year and now again for a dinner party. I have a 9-pound shoulder/butt, so I double the rub and marinade recipes. Instead of pouring all the marinade over the roast, I save half to serve as sauce. I cooked mine much longer, until it fell apart, but shredded it outside of the juices; in my experience, shredding the meat in the juices causes it to lose flavor more quickly. Served with baked beans, buns, chips, and brownies. A huge hit!

  • GOPchic Posted: 08/20/13
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    I LOVE this recipe! I make it with a larger pork shoulder and the sauce is so flexible that I can make pork tacos, pork bowls, BBQ (of course) and anything else you can make with shredded meat. An 8lb shoulder will make at least 4 meals for our family of six so its a GREAT value too!

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