Slow Cooker Pulled Pork has been in my recipe repertoire for over 4 years now. Consistently delicious, this pulled pork is succulent, smokey and unbelievably tender. The best part? It’s so easy. Marbled chunks of pork are showered in a fragrant flurry of spices, then cooked for hours in a bath of liquid smoke. Usually, you should use liquid smoke sparingly; however, this recipe calls for an unabashed 1/2 cup. As the pork cooks throughout the day, you’re entire house will be enveloped by an drool-inducing fragrance. The finished pork is packed with a smoky savoriness that one would think came from hours of cooking in a traditional smoker.
Years ago, I served this pulled pork with a cool, crunchy slaw on top. Recently, I’ve been substituting in tart pickled red onions. I love the contrast of the rich meat and the spicy, acidic pickles. Slow Cooker Pulled Pork is perfect for a crowd, and would certainly fit in at any testosterone-charged Super Bowl party. You need to make this. Continue reading for the recipe.