Saturday, January 30, 2010


Southern Pulled Pork


1 tablespoon butter
2 pounds boneless pork roast
1 tablespoon Cajun seasoning
1 medium onion, chopped
4 cloves garlic, crushed
4 cups water
1 tablespoon liquid smoke flavoring

Cut the pork roast into large chunks. Season generously with the Cajun seasoning. Melt butter in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add pork, and brown on all sides. Remove from the skillet, and transfer to a slow cooker.
Add the onion and garlic to the skillet, and cook for a few minutes until tender. Stir in the water scraping the bottom to include all of the browned pork bits from the bottom of the pan, then pour the whole mixture into the slow cooker with the pork. Stir in liquid smoke flavoring.
Cover, and cook on High for 6 hours, or until meat is falling apart when pierced with a fork. Remove pieces of pork from the slow cooker, and shred. Return to the slow cooker to keep warm while serving.


Grammy Blick said...

We had pulled pork sandwiches at our Senior Saints Game Day (we do dominoes and board games, no football -- not even touch!) and again this last Thursday when there were two tables of seniors playing 42. Gotta have some relish (home made is best) and either cole slaw or potato salad to set it off perfectly. You'll enjoy this dish!!

Sandra said...

Now that IS Southern Pulled Pork! ;)Found your site through Christian Women Online. Gald to 'meet' you.(((hugs))

Mrs. B, a very peculiar person said...

Hi Mrs. Barbara,

Just clicking around looking for a few YUMMY recipes ... My daughter, OG, is sitting here with me and wanted you to know she LOVES your blog page ... It is so pretty.


Barbara said...

Tell her thank you and you sure can find some yummy things here, hugs and just help yourself to any of them,

Barbara said...

Oh yeah Grammy, love them senior games, sure would not like football of any kind in real life, we watch them on TV the Big Super bowl is coming up. Love homemade relish and slaw too, yes going to look...

Barbara said...

Oh yeah Sandra, Pulled Pork is done right, even with the wild hogs of Georgia this works well.
Nice of you to join me and do stop by often. Hugs sister

Wyn said...

This sounds good Barbara. We don't eat pulled pork up here so I may have to try it one of these days and see if we like it.