A Family Favorite Tailgate Recipe

As a follow up to our last blog about tailgating, we wanted to share one of our go-to recipes and family favorite tailgate recipe. Pulled pork is an ideal tailgate dish: can be made ahead and reheated at the tailgate lot, can be scooped onto a mini slider bun to eaten while standing and also doesn't need silverware to consume! And who can resist bbq yumminess? We serve the pulled pork with to a relish tray of assorted pickles and peppers.

Pulled Pork Recipe:

4-5 pounds pork shoulder

2 chopped onions

2 bottles of your favorite bbq sauce (I use Sweet Baby Rays)

Rub mix:

2 Tablespoons Hungarian Paprika                                         

1 Tablespoon Onion Powder

1 Tablespoon Thyme

1 Tablespoon Cayenne Pepper

2 Tablespoons Garlic Powder

1 Tablespoon Oregano

1 Tablespoon Pepper

2 Tablespoons Salt

Rub the spice mixture on the pork shoulder. Let sit out for 30 minutes.

You can cook pork in crockpot or in oven.

Place onions in crockpot or pan along with 2 onions and 2 cups of water.

Cook in crockpot, 10-12 hours or until pork falls apart.

Or Bake in oven on 275-300, 8-10 hours or until pork falls apart.

Cool. Shred meat with a fork or your fingers, removing any fat.

Place meat and bbq sauce in crockpot or pan.  Simmer until hot.


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