Prep Time
10 Mins
Cook Time
30 Mins
Yield
Serves 6

The slow cooker yields tender meat that's just right for these pulled-pork sandwiches. Since the pork cooks for 8 to 10 hours, it's a good recipe to use during the work week.

How to Make It

Step 1

Trim excess fat from pork roast. Sprinkle with salt. Place in slow cooker and pour vinegar over roast. Cover and cook on low until roast is fork-tender and pulls apart easily, 8 to 10 hours.

Step 2

Remove roast from cooker and shred meat into small pieces. Discard cooking liquid. Return pork to slow cooker and stir in barbecue sauce. Continue to cook until warmed through, about 30 minutes.

Step 3

Spoon coleslaw onto bottom half of hamburger buns. Layer with pork, then top with the other half of the bun. Serve immediately with extra barbecue sauce on the side.

Ratings & Reviews

It all depends on the sauce

MadMom
September 05, 2015
I've made this three times now. The biggest difference is the BBQ sauce you use. Focus on finding one you really like. As long as you follow the recipe the pork comes out great each time.

Kathysjourney's Review

pantczak1
January 13, 2014
N/A

MadMom's Review

Marshakt
September 23, 2012
Made this yesterday. I had planned on smoking the pork but my day got suddenly busy. I found this recipe and had all of the ingredients right down to the Sweet Baby Ray's. The only change I made was to use some of the cooking liquid in the sauce. Can't wait to try variations. Maybe pulled chicken in a mustard based bbq sauce.

noreenj's Review

noreenj
November 04, 2009
I had never made pulled pork before, but this was the most simple recipe ever! I really enjoyed it. I still can't believe the meat was so juicy and flavorful with only vinegar and barbecue sauce as added ingredients. I am planning on having a casual dinner party serving this on my homemade sandwich rolls.

pantczak1's Review

Kathysjourney
October 17, 2009
Made this recipe several times, it's always a sure thing and comes out great. Perfect for game day with a crowd. The only thing different I do is rub the pork roast with a dry rub before putting it in crock pot... paprika, brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, dry mustard.