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Very tasty! I used canned chipotles in adobo (approx 2) instead of the chile powder. The pork was very tender & shredded easily. We thought the sauce was flavorful although tomato-ey. The thin sauce reminded me of a southern style mop sauce with it's kick of tang from the vinegar. We enjoyed our meal. Thank you for sharing your recipe! :-)
Your brother came up with quite a yummy pork recipe. I cut the amount of chili powder in half because of the kids, but made no other changes. I served this on soft kieser rolls with creamy horseradish sauce. Thanx dor posting this!
This was so good! I subbed Splenda for half of the brown sugar and used regular chili powder, otherwise followed as written. Served with a spoonful of vinegar-based cole slaw on each sandwich. Thanks for posting!!
This recipe is really good. I didn't use super spicy chili powder, so the heat was perfect for the non-spicy-liking husband and kid. Thanks for posting. : )
YUMMMMMY! I loved that it was so easy to make! I would never have thought of the horseradish, but it really was great! My husband said "I think this is the best homemade pulled pork I've ever eaten"!! Thanks to you & your brother :)
The pork was good, but I LIVE in North Carolina and the horseradish is absolutely NOT traditional on pulled pork. The sandwich should be topped with COLESLAW,or you'll get laughed out of the state!
Awesome....made it just as is....just served on hamburger buns...yummy........
This was pretty good but I thought the sauce was missing something.
Made for Fall PAC 2012 tag game and DH and I are soooo glad I did. It turned out great. I did cut the recipe down using a small pork roast but ohhhh so tender and easy! Served with Country Style Baked Beans#298542 and Cajun Collards#347324. Definately a keeper and going into my Favorites of 2012 cookbook.