Slow Cooker Teriyaki Pulled Pork – THE BEST pulled pork!! Pork shoulder slow cooked with onions, worcestershire sauce, teriyaki sauce and water. I ate this for a week! SO good!! Serve on Hawaiian Rolls with provolone cheese for parties. Can assemble ahead of time and reheat when ready to serve.
This recipe is from one of my good friends, Robin. Robin and her husband were over for a visit a few weeks ago, and she was telling us about some delicious pork sandwiches that she makes all the time. Of course, I told her I needed the recipe!
I made two small changes to Robin’s recipe. Robin bakes her pork shoulder in the oven. I decided to throw mine in the slow cooker because it just seems easier. Robin’s recipe uses frozen chopped onions. Now, I very much dislike chunks of onion, so I used a handful of dried minced onion flakes. If you like onions, you might want to try Robin’s way. If you like some onion flavor and no chunks, try the onion flakes or even onion powder.
This Teriyaki Pork was crazy delicious! I think I ate this three or four times the week I made it. It was just too good to throw out. We had it for dinner and lunch several times. Ridiculous!!! This would be great for tailgating! You can heat up a pan of sliders and take them to the game. I promise every will love them!
Slow Cooker Teriyaki Pulled Pork
1 (2-lb) pork shoulder (pork butt)
3 Tbsp dried minced onion flakes
⅓ cup Worcestershire sauce
½ cup teriyaki sauce
1 cup water
1-½ tsp salt
- 1-½ tsp black pepper
Sprinkle pork shoulder with salt and pepper. Place in a 6-qt slow cooker. Sprinkle with onion flakes. Pour Worcestershire sauce, teriyaki sauce, and water in slow cooker. Cover and cook on LOW for 8 to 10 hours.
- *Serve on Kings Hawaiian Rolls with provolone cheese. Can assemble sliders ahead of time and wrap in foil. Heat in the oven when ready to serve. Great for parties!*
that's just a 2-lb pork butt? with bone? would you guess at the number of servings? thanks.
We loved this! I was feeding a crowd of family member so I made 2 (3 lb.) bone-in pork shoulders in 4 qt. crock pots. I used Lawry's teriyaki marinade (our favorite because it isn't super sweet). My 21 year old brother-in-law ate 10 sliders! It was a giant hit and we'll be making this again and again. Thanks for sharing!