Growing up my mom made BBQ pork in the crock pot all the time. I mean all the time. It was one of our favorite dishes. Now that I’m all grown up with two little ones keeping me busy, I completely understand why we ate this all the time. It is easy, easy, easy, and oh so delicious. All that is needed is a pork loin, a big bottle of your favorite bbq sauce, and a crock pot. While I was at the store getting the pork loin, I noticed an applewood smoked turkey tenderloin by Jennie-O, and decided to try that instead of pork. The result was delicious, and a bit more healthy. Unfortunately, I did not get any pictures of this meal, so I’ll just give you the recipe.
Imitation Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 8 hours on low, 4 hours on high Serves: 8
1 applewood smoked turkey tenderloin, I used Jenni-O
1 bottle of your favorite bbq sauce, I used KC Masterpiece Original (18 oz)
8 sandwich buns
1 package of coleslaw mix, with dressing
Place the turkey tenderloin in the crock pot, with all of the bbq sauce. Cook on low for 8 hours (4 hours on high). 5 minutes before you are ready to serve dinner, mix the coleslaw and dressing. Use a couple of forks to pull apart the turkey tenderloin, and mix with all the bbq sauce. Make sandwiches, and serve with coleslaw for an easy, delicious meal. Enjoy!