· Leftover pulled pork can easily be reheated, and the best way is to warm it is low and slow in the oven. Place the shredded pork in a dish, add a little liquid (e.g., apple juice, barbecue sauce) and cover it with foil to ensure it stays moist.
· Pulled pork is great on its own and makes a tasty filling for sandwiches, but don’t stop there! You can use your leftover pulled pork in a stew, or for pulled pork tacos. I love to stuff the meat in a breakfast omelet or roll it in rice paper for a pulled pork salad roll. The possibilities are endless. Sharing is caring!
· Directions. Evenly cover the pork loin with the salt and pepper and place in a slow cooker or crockpot. In a bowl, mix together the brown sugar, Dijon mustard, and apple cider vinegar. Cover the pork loin with the brown sugar mixture. Cook on low for 8 to 10 hours. Cut off two 1-inch thick slices of pork per person.
· If you are making BBQ pulled pork, coat the meat in the BBQ sauce before it goes into the foil. Place your pork package on the indirect side, or cool zone, on the grill until its internal temperature comes up to 165° F. Unwrap your meat, being …
Reheating pulled pork in a crock pot (slow-cooker) Have you ever reheated pulled pork in a crock pot? In fact, the crock pot (slow-cooker) is the best method of reheating your pulled pork for lazy cooks. Let your frozen pulled pork defrost for 24 hours before you reheat it in the slow-cooker. Install the slow-cooker in a warm setting.