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Game Day Margarita Pulled Pork (Crock Pot)

Game Day Margarita Pulled Pork (Crock Pot) created by East Wind Goddess

mmmmm....easy to make and easy to take! I like to serve this with Hawaiian Dinner Rolls or tortilla bread cut into quarters for easy appetizer-sized servings. Just right for grazing between plays. You can substitute the mild tomatillo salsa for a kickier habenero lime salsa if you like the heat! Naturally, you'll want to serve with margaritas :-)

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56hrs
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directions

  • Trim any visible fat from the pork shoulder.
  • Rub the seasoning into the meat and let rest for 20 minutes.
  • Marinate the pork overnight in the apple cider.
  • In the morning, put the pork shoulder in a crock pot and pour in the remaining ingredients. Use enough aple cider to cover the meat, if necessary, otherwise discard the cider.
  • Cook on low heat for 6-8 hours.
  • Remove the shoulder from the crock pot and allow to cool for 20 minutes.
  • Reserve some of the cooking liquid, but avoid the fat on top.
  • Pull the pork apart using forks.
  • Rehydrate with some of the liquid if needed and serve.
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"mmmmm....easy to make and easy to take! I like to serve this with Hawaiian Dinner Rolls or tortilla bread cut into quarters for easy appetizer-sized servings. Just right for grazing between plays. You can substitute the mild tomatillo salsa for a kickier habenero lime salsa if you like the heat! Naturally, you'll want to serve with margaritas :-)"
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    Game Day Margarita Pulled Pork (Crock Pot) Created by East Wind Goddess
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  2. East Wind Goddess
    mmmmm....easy to make and easy to take! I like to serve this with Hawaiian Dinner Rolls or tortilla bread cut into quarters for easy appetizer-sized servings. Just right for grazing between plays. You can substitute the mild tomatillo salsa for a kickier habenero lime salsa if you like the heat! Naturally, you'll want to serve with margaritas :-)
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