Slow Roasted Pork Sliders **The slow roasting of the pork tenderloin keeps the outside of the pork more moist and tender while the inside is more of a “fall-apart-when-you-bite-into-it” quality. **We use a beer brine with a bit of salt and a couple of beer to soak the pork tenderloin in for a few hours before roasting.
Slow Roasted Pork Sliders – Because everyone deserves an amazing slider experience.
I’ve been on a BBQ kick lately and happen to read some delicious blogs on the topic. One of my favorite is justalittlebite.com. I stumbled upon the Slow Roasted Pork Sliders recipe and it’s the first time I’ve ever seen a slow roasted pork recipe.
There is very little preparation needed.
Place the roast in the oven and relax for a few hours while the fragrance fills the house!
Allow the roast to rest until it is cold enough to handle after it has been cooked tender. Break into bite-sized pieces after that.
My favorite way to serve this slow-roasted pork is on King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls with coleslaw and a sprinkle of BBQ sauce.
I suggest coleslaw with a spicy oil and vinegar dressing for this kind of sandwich.
This is the RECIPE for the dressing I use.
EVERYTHING POTATO SALAD is a great side dish for this sandwich.
To reduce kitchen effort even more while your guests are present, the pork may be fully prepared ahead of time and kept warm in a crock pot until ready to serve. It’s simple to have fun!
Pork Shoulder Slow Roasted
This slow-roasted pork shoulder’s “bark” is delicious! The wait was well worth it!
- 4 lbs. boneless pork shoulder (I use two pork shoulders, each weighing about 2 lbs. This reduces the amount of time spent cooking.)
- 2 tsp. maple syrup
- a quarter cup of light brown sugar
- 1 tea spoon Mustard dijon
- 1 1/2 teaspoons thyme, dry
- 4-5 garlic cloves (minced)
- 1/2 teaspoon chipotle chile powder, ground
- a pinch of salt and pepper
Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder is a great dish to serve at parties. While the roast is cooking, you may engage your guests. Once the roast is removed from the oven, there is very little labor to be done. Your visitors will be eager to dig in after being enticed by the scent of roasting pork.
You may use whatever buns you choose, but Kings Hawaiian Sweet Rolls are fantastic! The pork is enhanced by serving it with coleslaw prepared with an olive oil vinaigrette. This salad dressing recipe is fantastic!
|Remove the roasts from the fridge, season well with salt and pepper, and let aside to come to room temperature for approximately an hour. Preheat the oven to 475 degrees Fahrenheit. To make cleaning simpler, line a roasting pan (just big enough to accommodate the roasts) with foil.|
|Combine maple syrup, brown sugar, Dijon, thyme, garlic, and chipotle in a large mixing basin.|
|Place the roasts in the bowl and flip them over to cover both sides with the mixture.|
|Place the roasts in a foil-lined roasting pan and bake for 15 minutes.
Reduce the heat to 200°F and continue to cook until the internal temperature reaches 195-200°F.
If you’re using two 2-pound roasts, it’ll take around 4 hours, and if you’re using one, bigger 4 pound roast, it’ll take about 6 hours, but start monitoring temperatures around the 2 hour mark.
Remove from the oven and set aside to cool completely before shredding or breaking into pieces for sandwiches.
These Slow Roasted Pork Sliders are a great way to use up a whole pork loin. The pork is slow roasted in a foil packet over a low flame until it is falling apart tender. I served them on a toasted baguette with coleslaw and beer mustard.. Read more about award winning pulled pork recipe and let us know what you think.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you slow cook pork at 100 degrees?
Yes, you can slow cook pork at 100 degrees.
How long does it take to cook pork at 250 degrees?
It takes about 30 minutes to cook pork at 250 degrees.
Can you slow cook pork too long?
Yes, you can slow cook pork too long.