Pulled Pork Sandwiches


I wanted to tell y’all about the great price our HEB (a Texas grocery store) had on Pork and Chicken. Although I live in an RV full time I still like bargins and when I can I get bulk meat I use my Food Saver sealer to stock up. They had Pork Loins for $1.00 a lb and Chicken Breast for 99 cents a lb. I bought 1 large loin and the butcher cut it up for me. I brought it home and put it in meal size bags, portions of 2 per bag. And did the same with the Chicken Breast, bagged them in packages of 2 each. I have a residential refrigerator so I have a normal sized freezer. These a packages of meat will lay and freeze flat.

Today on the Menu…
BBQ Pulled Pork sandwich on an Onion Bun
Pork cooked in my small Aroma pressure cooker.

Start by trimming all the fat off your pork and cook in the pressure cooker or Instapot. When the pork is cooked remove it and with 2 forks break up the pork. Return the pulled pork back to your cooker and add your favorite BBQ sauce. I use Sweet Baby Ray’s with Dr Pepper (or Root Beer) and cook an additional 10 minutes. Serve on a Hamburger Bun with onions and pickles. I prefer an onion bun for that extra flavor. Sometimes I even put a dab of yellow mustard on my bun. Dare to be different! Served with Bush’s Baked Beans, the hubs fav.

Happy Cooking!



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2 thoughts on “Pulled Pork Sandwiches”

    • I know, being from Tx we have the pleasure of having HEB close by. When we travel I really miss it. It’s a great store with great low prices! Thank You for stopping by…

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