Chopped Pork Recipe

Chopped Pork Recipe

This is Hubby’s chopped pork recipe. It is pretty easy to do… much easier than shredding pork!

Chopped Pork Recipe

3-4# shoulder or butt pork roast
2 large sliced onions
1 can Pepsi or Coke
(2) 18oz bottles BBQ sauce


• Slice onion, place in crockpot
• Place pork roast in crockpot, cover with second sliced onion.
• Pour cola over the roast.
• Cover crockpot and cook on low for 12 hours.

• Remove meat, strain and save onions while discarding the liquid.
• Chop pork on a cutting board, discard fat, skin and bones.
• Return chopped pork to the crockpot, add onions and BBQ sauce.
• Cover crockpot and cook on low for 6 hours

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  1. Sounds delicious the Pepsi is interesting 😉

    Have a fantabulosa week

  2. I’ve heard that cooking with soft drinks makes food tasty.

  3. What an easy recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Sounds yummy!

  5. NYCSingleMom says:

    it looks yummy!
    thanks for linking up
    happy WW

  6. I’ve never tried cooking meat with Coke or Pepsi, but I’ve always heard that it works very well. Sounds like a delicious recipe!

  7. Very interesting!!

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