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Serves 10

2  2 Pound Pork Sirloin Tip Roasts
1 Large Onion
2 Tbsp Canola Oil
1 Cup Apple Cider
1/4 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
1 Head Green Cabbage
Your Favorite BBQ Sauce
20 Small Yeast Rolls

Preparation:

If the pork roasts are frozen, thaw in microwave for about 10 minutes on medium power. 

To begin, cut the onion in half and slice thinly.  Layer the onion on the bottom of your slow cooker and add the apple cider and apple cider vinegar.  Next let’s lightly rub the roasts with the canola oil and season generously all over with the Fabulous Fajitas Spice Mix.  Place pork on top on onions. 


Set your slow cooker on high and cook for for 4 hours, then reduce temperature to low (if using fresh pork cook on high for 1 hour then reduce to low).  Continue cooking on low for 3-4 hours.  Avoid removing lid to peek during cooking as this only adds more time.  During the cooking process, the onions will soften and allow the pork to sink into the onion cider mixture.  Temp pork at 160 with a meat thermometer.  Remove to cutting board and allow to rest and cool slightly.

Using two forks pull pork into shreds and add to a bowl.  Add a little bit (1/4 cup) of the juices from the bottom of the slow cooker (to taste) mix, then add the BBQ sauce and toss gently.


Cut the yeast rolls in half and generously mound pork on bottom half.  Add shredded cabbage and top of roll.   Yummy!



1 Comments

Ruth

Date 10/11/2014

OMGOSH !!! Cannot wait to try this recipe !! How appropriate just as Apple Cider season is in full swing !! Thanks a lot !!

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