We are showing you the best thing to do with your BBQ leftovers with these leftover pulled pork recipes. Covering everything from tacos to nachos, sandwiches to sliders, and chili to casseroles, there is plenty of leftover pulled pork ideas to choose from to help you use up every tasty bite of your delicious shredded pulled pork.
And be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to get our popular pulled pork slider recipe! It's a WHOLE LOTTA YUM!
Shredded pulled pork shoulder is a delicious meal that takes hours to prepare... but is always worth it. However, when you are cooking 4-6 or 8+lbs of meat, odds are you are going to end up with some leftover pulled pork and find yourself in need of some ideas and recipes using pulled pork.
In order to have leftover pulled pork to use with these recipes, you are going to have to make yourself a delicious BBQ pulled pork dinner. Whether you prefer shredded pork butt or shoulder (or perhaps you already know they are one and the same), or prefer using pork loin instead, we have the 21 best pulled pork recipes you will find online anywhere, all in one easy place!
And if you are going to go through all that work to make a delicious and healthy pulled pork dinner, then be sure to check out the 32 best pulled pork sides to pull everything together perfectly.
Today we have just the post for you! With traditional leftover pulled pork ides including sandwiches and sliders, adventurous options such as nachos, tacos, and enchiladas, and even some surprising varieties of soups and even a pulled pork salad, you will be to enjoy every last bite of remaining pork with these 21 different leftover pulled pork recipes.
More Pulled Pork Recipes
- 3-4 lb boneless pork shoulder roast (or butt)
- ½ cup+ BBQ sauce
- 2 tablespoons pork dry rub
- 6 buns or 12 rolls
- Coat the pork with 1-2 tablespoon of the pork dry rub and put the pork roast into the crockpot. Spread the BBQ sauce over the top of the pork roast.
- Cover and cook the pork shoulder roast in the crockpot on low for 8 hours. It should be falling apart and easy to shred.
- Put the pork into a large bowl and add as much liquid from the pot as you prefer to mix with the meat. Shred the pork with two forks or meat claws.
- Serve the pork sandwiches on buns or rolls, top with coleslaw, and more sauce if desired. Enjoy!
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