My wife is an excellent cook with my favorite meals she prepares being her prime rib and lasagna, with the newest dish being this her recipe for pulled pork and is just one of many quick easy dinner recipes she has added. Since my son started college we discovered the expensive for her to be at home. This ended a lot of the home cooked meals, due to time restraints. It's just so hard these days to have only one adult working as gas prices seem to be pushing all of our costs upward. Then on top of that we tend to make some of these fast food establishments richer because no one has time to prepare meals. It seems the more money we earn the more it cost to make ends meet. We decided we needed to find some quick easy dinner recipes. Otherwise we would be eating dinner at 8:30 at night. In our search we discovered a great time and money saver in an appliance we had all along stuffed away in the basement. We pulled out our old trusty crock pot and searched for some verity of dishes to prepare with it. To our amazement we found that this was much more than a Band-Aid type fix. We found a huge collection of recipes online and found that even a recipe for pulled pork can be a quick easy dinner recipes.
We found we could still have great taste and could start it before work and let them cook all day unattended to return home and dinner was ready or near ready.
They say it's so important to eat as a family when ever possible. I don't think they had a fast food atmosphere in mind. Some of our greatest discussions come from around the dinner table as were eating. I don't know how families can keep up with out this valuable time. We tend to use these quick easy dinner recipes about 3 times a week and usually on our busy nights. The recipe for pulled pork is only one of the many recipes available. It's nice to come home again and smell the great food aroma smell in the air once again. I've included the recipe for pulled pork as just one of the many quick easy dinner recipes available.
Crock Pot Recipe For Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Cook Time: 10 hours
- 3 to 4 lb lean boneless pork roast
- 1/2 tsp. garlic powder
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1/4 tsp. pepper
- 2 large onions. coarsely chopped
- 1 can (12 oz. ) Coca-Cola
- 1-1/2 cups bottled hickory smoked barbecue sauce
- 3/4 cup water
Spray the inside of a crock-pot with non-stick cooking spray. Trim any visible fat from the pork roast. Place it in the crock-pot. Sprinkle with seasonings. Top with chopped onions. Pour the Coca-Cola over top. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours. Remove the roast from the crock-pot. Discard the onions and liquid. Pull apart and shred the pork with a fork, removing any remaining fat. Place the shredded pork back in the crock-pot. Mix the barbecue sauce and water together. Pour over and stir into the shredded pork. Cook on low for 2 more hours. Ready to serve on bun or roll.
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