Bobby's Sweet and Spicy Pork and Slaw Sandwich

Recipe courtesy Bobby Deen
Show: Not My Mama's Meals Episode: Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em

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  • on June 08, 2013

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    Saw this on the TV episode and wanted to try it. TV showed Bobby first smoking the pork at a friend's restaurant, and then finishing it in the dutch oven. The recipe here does not reflect that. I cooked this according to my recollections from the TV show. The flavor from the rub is much stronger than if you were to use it on a boston butt....so go really light if using a tenderloin. Also, the ginger is very powerful....go light.

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  • on April 21, 2013

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    Salt, Sodium, Salt!!! I really don't understand the rave reviews for this pulled pork recipe. We followed the recipe, figuring it's somewhat healthy (pork loin instead of pork shoulder,and the comparatively quick-cooking time was an attractive feature. After a few bites of the pork, we both agreed it was so salty; we immediately began thinking of ways to salvage the 3 lbs. of meat we purchased. My husband and I are both pretty decent cooks and every time we use one of the "Food Network Recipes" the resulting meal is mediocre at best...The thousands of recipes that can be downloaded from Food Network have obviously not been "kitchen tested"...We still stick to Epicurious, (Bon Appetit from now on...Very, very disappointing...

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  • on March 24, 2013

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    Made this today. Awesome! It definitely took at least over three 1/2 hours. The pork was tender with just the right seasoning. I followed the recipe for the pork rub exactly. I think my simmer was a little low, it took 36 minutes to cook. I cooked the pulled pork, barbecue sauce and coleslaw. The barbecue sauce was excellent. You definitely want to simmer it for at least an hour so the tomato flavor cooks out to a more barbecue sauce flavor. I added a few drops of Tabasco, extra Worcester sauce, honey and liquid smoke. Really good! Also, make the cole slaw -- definitely want to top the sandwich off! Served it on whole wheat buns for both Sunday and planning again for Monday while we watch basketball games on TV. Great recipe!

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  • on January 10, 2013

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    Fabulous! Made this the day before (used apple cider instead of juice. I had 2 cups of liquid in my dutch oven so I poured about 3/4c over the shredded pork in my container. Put the rest in another container and into the fridge. The next day just re-heated the pork on med low heat and took the extra liquid and and added about another 1-2 Tbsp bbq sauce and reduced this down to a syrupy glaze. It was fantastic to spoon over the meat on our sandwiches.

    Do not skip making the slaw - that is amazing with the sandwich or on it's own!

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  • on November 09, 2012

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    5 stars, the family loved it!!

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  • on September 16, 2012

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    This is a very good recipe, for a sandwich as rich as this can be with the fact of low sodium and healthier alternatives without lacking taste is a huge plus.

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  • on September 05, 2012

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    This looks worth trying. Finding low sodium BBQ recipes is difficult. Thanks for doing this one. Keep'em coming!

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