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    Default Easiest pork ever!

    Easiest pork ever!


    Recipe Description
    BBQ boneless spare ribs. Could not be simpler, and sooo
    tender and delicious!
    Preparation Steps:
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    Level of Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Needed:
    5-6 hrs
    Ingredients:
    3 lbs boneless pork spare
    ribs
    15 oz bottle of BBQ sauce
    Serves:Directions:
    Place pork in crock pot.
    Pour the whole bottle of BBQ sauce over the pork.
    Cook for 1 hr on high, and then 5 more hrs on low.
    Enjoy!
    Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without...

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    Thanks, sounds delish!
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    yum.....I bet that is good! thanks!!

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    Pork Roast, a package of onion soup, one onion chunked. Put in crock pot with enough water to just cover and cook until falling apart..Pulled pork, bar b q, taco pork.

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    Thank YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    You can also do this with pork butt. There is another inexpensive cut of pork, but I forget what it is. I cooked the meat in crockpot and after put on the bbq sauce. This cut of meat is very inexpensive $.99# and it is really good.

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    Ya'll are making me hungry !!

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    we add onions and some garlic and black pepper. it is yummy

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    this is great rolled up in flour tortillas.....mmmmmmmmm
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    Sounds good and easy!

    My kind of recipe..........thanks.

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    it is easy and yum w/ any kind of pork

    i have also done it w/ chix brsts

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0911laob View Post
    it is easy and yum w/ any kind of pork

    i have also done it w/ chix brsts

    I agree on both points...love them in the crockpot!

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