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    The Best Crockpot Pork Butt


    Recipe Description
    Sooo tender it will fall apart. It's not the healthiest, but definitely rib-sticking.
    Preparation Steps:Level of Difficulty:
    Very Easy
    Time Needed:
    10 minute prep; 6-8 hours cooking
    Ingredients:
    1 pork butt (also called Boston Butt roast or pork shoulder roast )
    1-2 onions, peeled and sliced
    Salt, pepper, garlic powder, Adobo-style seasoning
    Water or other liquid
    Serves:Directions:
    Remove roast from package. Do not trim excess fat. Generously season all sides of roast with season all sides of roast, rubbing into meat with hands. Place roast fat side up in crockpot (I usually get the large roasts so I use a 6 qt. crockpot). Pour about 2 cups or so of water around roast. Cover with sliced onions. Cook on high for 1 hour, reduce to low and cook till tender (I usually put mine on around 9 am and let it cook till 5). Juices make excellent gravy.

    NOTE: The recipe calls for water but you can use juice, bouillon, coffee or even soda (it doesn't even make a different what kind or whether it's flat or not).
    If the roast is partially frozen, that's ok... it will just microwave defrost it or cook it on high for an additional 1 hour (2 total) and then reduce to low and cook the remainder of time.

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    Sounds delicious! I don't like much pork but I sure love those roasts!

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    we love pork butt here, and the best, many times I can get it for .99 cents a pound at hannafords. I get the biggest one they have and invite the kids over. They like mashed potatoes served with it. I wonder if I cooked it in 1 cup of ketchup and a can of diet soda if the sauce would be like cola chicken? I'll have to try that.

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    that sound`s so good !thank`s so much for shareing.

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    I love pork butt rubbed with Adobo seasoning, I put in a can of green chilies and add onions to it. Yummm! I made one yesterday with liquid smoke, garlic and onions, I'm making bbq with this one.

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    Yum, sounds great! I usually cook mine in beer, then pull it and mix it with BBQ sauce for pulled pork sandwiches! I'm going to have to try this! Thanks!

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