Slow Cooker Carolina Pulled Pork is a mouthwatering, no-fuss dinner that only takes 15 minutes to prep. When your busy schedule gets in the way of getting dinner ready, you can set and forget.
Being from the Midwest, I’ve always used those those sugary BBQ sauces. I had no idea that vinegar based sauces existed, until I met my husband. He is from North Carolina and grew up on vinegar BBQ sauce.
Carolina Treet is a staple in our home. At any given time, there are at least 4 bottles in the pantry. My mother-in-law packs a few with her on her visits, since it is unavailable here in Southern California.
If you are not from the Carolina’s, don’t worry, I have included a tasty vinegar barbecue sauce recipe. I found the incredible recipe from an old Bicentennial cookbook my mother-in-law gave me. It packs incredible flavor and you will not be disappointed.
It tastes great on so many meats! We smother it on everything from ribs, chicken, steak and juicy pulled pork.
This delicious slow cooker recipe takes no time at all. The pork roast sits in the crockpot on a bed of quartered onions. An easy dry rub of brown sugar and seasonings smothered with the homemade vinegar sauce brings a whole lot of flavor to the meat!