We love traditional pulled pork sandwiches. Maybe top 'em with a little coleslaw and some BBQ sauce -- YUM! But every once in a while, we want to pull our pork in a slightly different direction. Here are seven ways to go!
Beer plus bourbon equals the boilermaker of pulled pork sandwiches. It's spicy, smoky, and sweet, all at once.
These pulled pork sandwiches combine the best of Southern cooking with the flavors of Italy. Tender pork is combined with onions, peppers, mushrooms, and pesto sauce for filling sandwiches hearty enough for your biggest eaters.
"Milk braising beforehand seems to give the meat a little extra succulence," says Chef John. "The subtle sweetness from the orange is also very nice."
"For a spicy kick, mix 1 part Frank's RedHot Buffalo sauce and 1 part of your favorite mustard-based BBQ sauce," says Emily.
In this recipe, boneless pork ribs jump into the slow cooker with pork shoulder roast and simmer slowly with Montreal-style steak sauce and other seasonings.
Here's how they do it in the Land of Enchantment. This recipe turns your savory pulled pork into a hearty stew featuring Hatch chile peppers, potatoes, carrots, and tomatoes.
Pulled pork meets lasagna! "I smoke a 6-10 pound Boston butt ahead of time," says cullinanpat, "slicing off some for a dinner and then pulling the rest for pulled pork sandwiches and of course Barbecue Lasagna."
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