This simple Hawaiian Barbecue Pulled Pork is an amazingly simple slow cooker recipe that you and your family won’t be able to resist.
Looking for a quick meal to throw in the slow cooker and forget about it? This Hawaiian BBQ Pulled Pork recipe takes 5 minutes to prep and about 5 minutes after it’s done cooking. Now that’s my kind of meal.
Especially with the busy school year starting, meals like this make the transition just a little bit easier. And using a larger pork shoulder like I did (4 pounds), you’re bound to have leftovers. I love my pulled pork in a sandwich, but this pulled pork could also easily be added to salad, rolled up in tortillas or served over roasted vegetables. This time I paired the pulled pork with a pineapple coleslaw (recipe coming soon). And to put it in my husband’s words, “IT WAS AWESOME!”.
I’ve partnered with the Ohio Soybean Council & Ohio Pork Council to bring you this recipe and a bit more information on farms, pigs and farmers. As you likely know from reading my other posts, I love getting to know more about where my food comes from. And from what I’ve learned, farmers love to inform and educate the public on what they are actually doing on their farms (remember, farmers eat the same food we do!).
If you have any questions about farms, pigs, pork and farmers please check out the Ohio Pork Council website, it’s full of excellent information and resources. And if you’d like to ask any questions regarding farmers and pork, check out their Facebook page to be more informed.
Did you know that soybeans are fed to pigs as part of a high quality diet? And of course, when you feed a high quality diet to animals (like pigs), the outcome is a high quality product like pork.
And for us humans, pork contains several important nutrients like protein, iron, zinc, potassium, vitamin B12 and B6 along with many more!
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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by the Ohio Soybean Council & Ohio Pork Council. I was compensated for my time but my views and opinion on this post are and will always be my own. I will only partnership with brands that I believe promote or provide products that fit into a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
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