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Pulled Pork Recipe Instant Pot Easy : Instant Pot Smoky BBQ Pulled Pork – Dump and Go Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Recipe

Pulled Pork Recipe Instant Pot Easy Video

Pulled Pork Recipe Instant Pot Easy

Instant Pot Smoky BBQ Pulled Pork – Dump and Go Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Recipe

Instant Pot Smoky BBQ Pulled Pork - Dump and Go Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Recipe

I’m a HUGE fan of the dump and go Instant Pot recipes! The good part about this Smoky BBQ Pulled Pork is that you can also cook it in the slow cooker too!

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15 Comments

  1. If your using a roast with a bone than add a least 20 more minutes to the cook time.
    Also do i just throw away the sauce in the pot?

  2. I tried this and loved it! I made a couple tweaks. I cut the meat into sections, seasoned it with all her spices and seared it on each side for about 2 min (I poured olive oil in the bottom and seared on sauté mode), I did this in batches until all the meat was browned. then, I poured a splash of chicken broth at the bottom and mixed up all the flavor and juices and put all the meat back in and added the bbq sauce and liquid smoke. Cooked it on meat/stew for 35 min and DELICIOUS!! So tender and juicy. It was fall apart!

  3. I do this recipe once a month but I would suggest a modification. Do not add the BBQ sauce. Once done cooking, place the pork on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, after you shred the meat, then pour the BBQ sauce on top, and place the tray in your oven. Set to broil for about 7-11 minutes and keep your eye on it after the 6th minute to watch for burn. Your watching to make sure that the sauce thickens and carmelizes. Remove from heat and let it cool. Your meat will have a better texture and the BBQ flavor will be much better. Serve with hamburger buns, coleslaw, and pickles. You should also have enough leftovers for lunches the next day.

    Tip: while your pork is broiling, drop in 2 bunches of kale, Swiss chard, or collard greens (I use what I have) in the leftover remaining pork liquid for 5-10 minutes in the pressure cooker followed by a quick release for tender greens . I do this for my own keto diet plan, I don’t eat the hamburger buns but my family does. This is one of those dinners that none of my kids complain about and since they’re making their own sandwiches, they choose the amount of meat and toppings.

  4. So I tried this recipe and my family and friends loved it, I did 1 thing different, I shredded the meat then I mixed in sweet baby rays bbq sauce, it was amazing.great recipe

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