The easiest and, arguably, tenderest pulled pork comes out of the slow cooker. Here, we coat pork shoulder with a spice rub of dark brown sugar, chili powder, cumin, and cinnamon, then cook it on a bed of garlic and onions moistened with chicken broth. Six to ten hours later, the juiciest pork imaginable is ready to be shredded and served atop Pulled Pork Nachos, or in a sandwich with your favorite Barbecue Sauce (for the best version ever, make your own Hamburger Buns). But don’t stop there—see more ways to use pulled pork beyond sandwiches.
This no-fuss, versatile recipe makes enough to feed a crowd—it’s one of our favorites to dish out at Super Bowl parties. Until then, visit our friends at CBS Sports for everything you need to know for the Super Bowl.
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