Moore’s Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
The following is a sponsored post on behalf of Moore’s Marinades & Sauces. All opinions are my own.
Good morning, friends! Happy Friday! I am so excited to be partnering with Moore’s Marinades & Sauces to bring you a DELICIOUS recipe that we make ALL the time! Moore’s Marinades is a local brand that I have used and loved for years. It is the key ingredient to Uncle Bee’s Best Burgers. We just love the hickory smoke flavor it adds to meat.
A little about the brand:
Moore’s Marinades and Sauces began over 30 years ago at a family-owned steakhouse in the small town of Jasper, Alabama and quickly became a staple throughout the South for it’s delightful hickory taste.
Boston butts are my all time favorite cut of meat to cook in the crock pot and this Moore’s Slow Cooker Pulled Pork is SO GOOD! I made it on Wednesday, and we had Pulled Pork BBQ Nachos for dinner, and BBQ sandwiches for lunch the next day. Dinner last night was ‘Pig in the Patch’ i.e. BBQ Stuffed Baked Potatoes with all the fixins 😉
And if I can keep myself from stealing bites every time I open the fridge, I may even have some leftover to freeze…. but it’s not looking likely 😉 I love this recipe because not only is it delicious & easy, it makes your home smell as amazing as your favorite barbecue joint and I usually have all of these ingredients on hand!
It is important to note that this already smells good before I even plug the slow cooker in.
- 1 Boston Butt (Mine was 9 lbs)
- 1 large onion, chopped
- 3 to 4 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 cup Moore's Original Marinade
- 1 cup ketchup
- 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
- 6 oz can tomato paste
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- Your favorite BBQ sauce
Place pork in crock pot and add chopped onions and garlic. Combine Moore's, ketchup, apple cider vinegar, tomato paste and brown sugar. Pour over roast and cook on low for 8 - 10 hours or until pork is fall apart tender. Remove pork and shred with 2 forks. Allow crock pot juices to cool completely and skim off the fat. Add some of the remaining juices to your favorite BBQ sauce and toss with the pork. Enjoy!
***Update*** I have gotten so many emails from people telling me that they can’t find Moore’s Marinade in their area and asking what they can substitute because they really want to try this recipe. If you absolutely must, you can substitute Dales Marinade and a Tablespoon of hickory liquid smoke.
This was a sponsored conversation on behalf of Moore’s Marinades and Sauces. All opinions are my own.