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Pulled Pork with Root Beer BBQ Sauce

Ladies and gentlemen, the easiest dinner recipe ever. Well, okay, maybe I exaggerated, but it is pretty darn easy and delicious. I added coleslaw to mine, feel free to omit that if you'd prefer. Recipe courtesy of one of my favorite cooking websites of all time, Mennonite Girls Can Cook.

Pulled Pork with Root Beer BBQ Sauce
Makes several servings

2-3 pound pork loin roast
1 can root beer
1 bottle barbecue sauce

1. Place pork roast in slow cooker. Pour can of root beer over the meat. Cook on low for 8 hours.

2. Drain juices. Shred pork and return to slow cooker. Stir in heated barbecue sauce and keep warm in slow cooker until ready to serve.

Source: Mennonite Girls Can Cook

Comments

  1. Are you serious? This sounds sooo good! I love root beer.

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  2. That looks really good. Who would have thought about using root beer? Genius!

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  3. These sound delicious! I've used Cola for slow-cooker pork, but root beer sounds amazing! I can't wait to try this:)

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  4. Does the Root beer make it super sweet? If so, is there any other substitute you'd recommend in it's place? Does the fizz help to break down the meat? What about selzer water with no flavor? I love my slow cooker, but don't like sweet too much! Thanks

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  5. I Love it! Mennonite girls can cook but did you know Mennonite boys can BBQ?

    I have my favorite recipes on my blog here:

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    Enjoy,

    Rob Dyck

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    Enjoy

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    Enjoy!

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