Slowcooker Honey & Parmesan Pulled Pork Sandwiches

7:56:00 PM

I absolutely love my Lexington Style Crockpot Barbecue. It is a yummy recipe and makes me think of family, but even better, it is super easy. I love how I can come home to this recipe, pull out some hamburger buns and some fruit and the meal is basically done.

However, the crust of the meat is sometimes a little spicy. Don't get me wrong, I love me a little spice.

But the three little ones are not the biggest fan. So I try to give them the inside portions of the meat. But daddy, well, he's not as careful, and dinner isn't nearly as fun if a little one (you know, one of the twins who don't express themselves very well), is crying because she got some spice. So I went in search of another recipe that would be a little less spicy. I ran across this recipe at Six Sister's Stuff that used honey and parmesan with a pork roast. This recipe uses the same base ingredients (honey, parmesan, and pork), and then I changed pretty much everything else.

Well, except the crockpot. That was the same, too.

So here's a new version of pulled pork in the crock pot. It was definitely less spicy, more sweet, and a big hit  with the kiddos!!



Parmesan & Honey Pulled Pork Sandwiches

1 3.5-4 lb boston butt pork roast
1 onion, quartered
2/3 cup grated parmesan cheese
1/3 cup honey
3 tbsp worchestershire sauce
1 tbsp basalmic vinegar
2 tbsp dried rosemary
2 tbsp olive oil
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp corn starch



Lightly spray the crock with cooking spray. Set the pork into the crock and arrange the onion quarters all around it.



Mix the remaining ingredients except the corn starch together in a bowl and then pour over the pork.



Cook for 7-8 hours on low.

15 minutes before serving, pull out the meat and retain the liquid. Skim off any fat and then take two ladles full of the cooking liquid and place it into a saucepan. Whisk in the corn starch over medium heat and bring to a boil.



Stir sauce until slightly thickened. Shred meat and serve with sauce over a bun.



I hope you enjoy this sweeter version of pulled pork!




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14 comments

  1. Sounds yummy!! I'm visiting you from the Made in a Day blog hop! Looking forward to keeping up with your posts! ~Susan www.solesearchingmamma.com

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  2. Hi Rachel ~

    This looks delicious and I will have to make for my hubby, He will be eternally grateful!

    Found your blog from Naptime Review facebook hop. I am following your RSS feed and your facebook posts!
    Would love for you to stop by and check out my blog at www.raising-reagan.com!

    Thanks,
    Lanaya

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  3. Oh my word this sounds delicious! PINNED.

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  4. Oh my this does sound good, my hubs loves pork - anyway! Me not so much, so I am overjoyed to find another great sounding recipes - and you make in slow cooker!!! My fingers are crossed you’ll share your creative inspiration tonight with Sunday’s Best – sharing is a good thing!

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  5. I swear I will be trying this out next week. My hubs will love it. So tickled you shared your creative inspiration with Sunday's Best!

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    1. Cathy, if you do try this recipe, I want to know if you like it! Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Hi Rachel,
    This is on my "MUST MAKE" list (pinned)! Thanks for the great share. This time of year my crock-pot gets a lot of use with all the after school activities and practices, so I'm always looking for great recipes. I saw your share at Craft-O-Maniac's link party. Hope you had a great Labor Day weekend! Cheers ~ Mary from sweetlittlebluebird.com

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  7. Never thought of honey and parmesan together!! My kids aren't fond of spice either, much to my dismay! But I think the whole family would be very pleased! Must try this!

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  8. This looks great. I have a pork butt roast perfect for this recipe. Thanks for sharing and linking to Tempt My Tummy Tuesday. :-)

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  9. Crock pot cooking is my ultimate favorite!

    I'd love it if you could link up to our new food meme- Wonderful Food Wednesday. http://www.athometake2.com/2012/09/wonderful-food-wednesday.html

    Thanks,
    Jessica @ At Home Take 2
    http://www.athometake2.com

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  10. I feel like I have to try this, it looks so good! I totally know what you mean about things being a bit too spicy/hot/cold/creamy/etc. for the kiddos. Sometimes there's no pleasing them, though! I'd love it if you shared this at my Show & Share Wednesday: http://millerfamilyorganizer.blogspot.com/2012/09/show-share-wednesday-2.html

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  11. YUM...looks delicious!! Definitely going to have to try this...thanks!! Laurel

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  12. MMMMmmm this looks good! We have a local store that's been running a sale on pork shoulder roasts for $1 a pound and I stocked up! This is going on my 'must try' list.

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    1. It is sooooo good. I had some last night (we froze leftovers) and it was just as good as the day I made it!

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