BBQ Pulled Pork Recipes

Make slow-cooked, tender pulled pork from Food Network chefs.

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Tyler's BBQ Pulled Pork

Tyler seasons a pork roast with spicy-sweet dry rub, roasts it low and slow until it's falling apart and then serves with a tangy cider vinegar barbecue sauce.

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Hawaiian BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich with Grilled Pineapple Relish

To make sure his succulent pork turns out moist and full of flavor, Jeff marinates it in a garlic powder-cumin dry rub before roasting it on a low temperature. Shred the meat and toss it with his chile sauce before piling the pork on a bun and finishing the sandwich with a sweet and spicy pineapple-jalapeno relish.

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Neelys' Pulled Pork

New to pulled pork or barbecue entirely? Let the Neelys give you step-by-step instructions on how to prepare a basic but exceptional barbecue pulled pork sandwich.

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Beer Braised BBQ Pork Butt

This pulled pork starts out cooking at high heat in the oven until it's dark and blackened on the outside. Once the crust is formed, you lower the heat and the pork settles in for a nice, long braise.

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Pulled Pork Shoulder With Lexington Style Dip Sauce

After spending eight to 10 hours cooking away in the smoker, this tender pulled pork is served with a simple vinegar-based dipping sauce.

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Robert Irvine's Pulled Pork

Robert's classic pulled pork is delicious with any barbecue sauce and bread of your choosing.

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Oklahoma Joe's Pulled Pork

This classic pulled pork is cooked over low heat with oak or hickory smoke for about five hours, periodically basted with apple juice.

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Eastern North Carolina Barbecue

This pulled pork is smoked for a few hours to give it a nice, smoky flavor, and then finished in the oven with low, steady heat until the meat is falling apart. A tangy apple cider vinegar BBQ sauce tops it off.

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