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Place pork in slow cooker.
Mix Seasoning Mix, ketchup, brown sugar and vinegar until blended. Pour over pork. Cover.
Cook 8 hours on LOW or 4 hours on HIGH. Remove pork from slow cooker.
Shred pork, using 2 forks. Return pork to slow cooker. Mix and heat with sauce before serving. Serve on sandwich rolls, if desired.
Just like back home in Indiana
Mark Kirk | April 06, 2013
This makes the best pulled pork I have ever had. My whole family loves it.
Eileen Hughes | July 25, 2014
This makes excellent Pulled Pork. The only thing I wasn't sure of was the statement "Return pork to slow cooker. Mix and heat with sauce before serving. " in the directions. I wasn't sure what sauce was being implied. I concluded that it was BBQ sauce in a jar as the juice in the slow cooker did not seem appropriate. So I drained off the juice in the slow cooker and placed the pork back in the slow cooker and added about 3 - 4 Tablespoons BBQ sauce. My husband and son were very pleased with this Pulled Pork. I will definitely make this often.
Diane Schaeffer | January 24, 2015
I have tried a lot of different pulled pork recipes from a lot of different sites. Not only was this recipe/seasoning pack the simplest but it also had the best results. I highly recommend this. The flavor is so good you don't necessarily need to add bbq sauce to it!
Chris | May 17, 2013
the first time I made this it was ok...the vinegar threw it off...so the second time I made it I made it how it said at the bottom of the package with tomato paste and ketsup and it was so yummie....I make it often for the peeps.... = ]
Caroline L Sellers | November 18, 2013
July 4th hit! Everyone loved it.
Jamie | July 05, 2014
Everyone that has had this pulled pork at my house has loved it - probably at least fifty people (maybe more) in total. Never a bad comment. I thicken the sauce produced with corn starch mixed with a little water so it doesn't lump - I add this to the slow cooker while I am pulling the pork and this gives a nice red BBQ sauce to serve with the pulled pork. It is truly a winner in every way. I serve it 'Memphis style' on a bun with Cole slaw (either purchased KFC or KFC knock-off) and baked beans (with onions in them). Try it - you will like it.
Pat | July 25, 2014
Tammy | September 26, 2013
This was really good, better than I expected. My neighbor who share the taste of this wanted the recipes of this.
Christina Powell | March 29, 2013
We had this at Easter. It was awesome!! We did not add bbq sauce. It was perfect!! Making it for dinner tonight!
Marcella | April 01, 2013
I made this for a party and it was a big hit! So easy to make!
Amy | April 25, 2013
We love pulled pork and this seasoning is so easy to use in the crock pot with pork shoulder. It is pull apart easy and so yummy. I make cole slaw to top it with and serve on nice sturdy type rolls!
Nancy | September 26, 2013
Tried it tonight for the first time. Whole family enjoyed it! Easy and delicious on a busy day.
Grace | December 05, 2013
My husband absolutely loves this and I love it because it's so tasty but inexpensive and easy. Pork loin roast is only $1.97/lb. Take 3 lbs, place in slow cooker. Mix McCormick pkg with ketchup, apple cider vinegar and brown sugar. Pour over pork, set to low & don't touch for 8 hrs. I slice a smallsweet onion, add to pickle juice & place in the fridge in the morning & it marinates all day while the pork is cooking. Smear a little spicy bbq sauce on a hamburger bun, add pulled pork, marinated onions and sliced pickles. Yum!
Rebecca | April 28, 2015
I made this for Christmas Eve this year it was a hit. My sister-in-law asked for the recipe. So easy , will make again.
Jana Hockerman | December 28, 2013
My husband makes this a lot... often when we have company. He tells guests that this is his SECRET RECIPE and he refuses to share the recipe. We love to have it for leftovers too. Cole Slaw and mashed potatoes go well w/ it.
marty | March 08, 2013
This works well with chicken thighs too.
Dorothy | October 06, 2013