You know you love having BBQ for dinner and pulled pork is always a fabulous option, so we have gathered a collection of the 21 best pulled pork recipes for your summer barbeque dinner!
We have found pulled pork recipes that are quick and easy with pressure cookers and air fryers, options that are low and slow with smokers and grills, and everything in between, so you can dry rub and sauce your way to a fabulous pulled pork dinner any night of the week. Let’s dig into this WHOLE LOTTA YUM collection!
Whether you’ve never made pulled pork before today or if you’ve tried dozens of pulled pork recipes in the past you know that a pulled pork dinner is a great choice! We love serving up a delicious pulled pork entree for big gatherings and BBQs, but also for quiet evenings at home, and any time in between.
And we almost always use our homemade pork dry rub recipe, a delicious dry rub made with cumin, cayenne, smoked paprika, and more, to get that authentic BBQ rub right into the meat during cooking.
For side to showcase your best pulled pork recipes, we have to mention our delicious healthy coleslaw recipe, since many of us love to add a bit of coleslaw alongside or on top of our pulled pork sandwiches. If you are looking for some variety, be sure to check out our collection of 32 pulled pork side dishes and the 21 best leftover pulled pork recipes.
Filled with a wide variety of pulled pork recipes, with everything from Hawaiian pulled pork to air fryer options, you are about to find the best of brined, smoked, grilled, and even Dr. Pepper marinated pulled pork recipes to help you pull pork, make sliders, stuff tacos, and more, all with the same cuts of pork.
More Pork Recipes
- 3-4 lb boneless pork butt (pork shoulder roast)
- 1/2 cup+ BBQ sauce
- 2 tablespoons pork rub
- 6 oz root beer, Dr. Pepper, or broth
- 12 slider rolls
- Coat the pork shoulder roast with the pork rub, either our homemade pork rub recipe or store-bought.
- Place the pork roast bottom of the crock-pot. Pour the liquid into the bottom of the crock-pot.
- Cover and cook on low for 8 hours. When done, the pork should easily fall apart.
- Remove the pork roast and place it in a large bowl, add some of the liquid from the crockpot to moisten the meat. Use as much as you prefer. Shred the pork with two forks, a stand mixer, or meat claws.
- Serve the pulled pork on slider rolls, pretzel rolls, or Hawaiian rolls. Add coleslaw and additional BBQ sauce if desired. Enjoy!
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