This is a easy, no-brainer recipe. I throw this into the crock pot before work and come home to delicious goodness. One thing I would like to note is that my crock pot produces a great amount of liquid during cooking. I have found it best to put in a small amount (1/4-1/2) of BBQ sauce for the majority of cooking time , drain the liquid (my crockpot gets SOOOO watery!), and then add the rest of the sauce during the last half hour or so after I have shredded the meat.
It's true, this is a no brainer recipe. I'm not a big fan of BBQ sauce but I got many compliments and it was super easy. The BBQ sauce is undetectable unless you add more to final product. Meat pulled apart easily and very tender.
Dh loved this meal! I used a pork roast as my tenderloins were right at 2 pounds. My roast was just under 3 pounds. I put on high for the first hour and then on low for time as indicated. The meat just fell apart when carved and was so tender. We topped with the juices. I used Baby Ray's as that is our favorite. Very tasty and easy meal. Made for Spring PAC 2009.
Really easy and really good! I used a BBQ spice rub instead of the salt and pepper, and about double the garlic, otherwise exactly the same. I threw a couple potatoes in the pot. Bought some fresh buns and coleslaw and made a pulled pork sandwich, because the pork just fell apart! Delish!
Made this once fell in love with how easy it was and the taste!!! Can't wait to make it again :)
This was excellent! Very tender, not stringy. I will definitely make it again.
Absolutely delicious! I cooked it just as the directions indicated and it came out great. Our guests loved it too! This will definitely become a regular meal in our household! Thank you!
This was DELICIOUS! And so easy!!! I left out the hot sauce, and used my favorite rub on the pork loin before I put it in the crock pot. It was so tender and yummy. This is a keeper for sure!
I loved this recipe. I actually tried it twice. Once just like the recipe and another time a little different. I added a little Dr. Pepper in the crockpot. Something about the acid in the Dr. Pepper makes this DELICIOUS!! Try it with a ham as well! It's amazing! It gives it a sweet taste.
I cooked a 3 pound pork loin and it just ended up being so tender and just shredded to pieces with two forks. Only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is I thought it was lacking some spices. A nice rub on the loin I think would of really put this over the edge for us.