Countries from around the world give special attention to Sunday supper. Often the main day of the week to gather together and sit down to a home-cooked meal. Sunday supper usually is a large piece of meat braised for hours filling the house with smells of good things to come, only having to wait all day to get a taste of the goodness on the stove.
Our Sunday crockpot pork shoulder could not be easier. A few ingredients cut up, added to the crockpot along with the pork shoulder. Setting the temperature to high for 15 to 20 minutes, then turn the temperature to low and forget about it till it's time to eat.
The addition of fire-roasted tomatoes gives the pork a nice sweetness that brings out the natural flavors of the pork. The acid in the tomatoes tenderizes the pork shoulder in the crockpot the entire time cooking. I like adding a little bit of BBQ sauce to bring up the flavor profile. The soft smokiness in the BBQ sauce really brings out a depth of flavor sure to make your family and friends very happy Sunday diners.
Watch - Super Simple Crockpot Pork Shoulder Recipe
Simple Crockpot Pork Shoulder
- 1 to 2 pound Pork Shoulder Or just use what you have If you have a larger crockpot you can increase the ingredient sizes. Cut pork into medium large pieces
- 1 Poblano Pepper chopped
- One Medium Onion chopped
- 1 Red Bell Pepper chopped
- 6 Garlic Cloves
- 3 to 10 tablespoon of Favorite BBQ sauce
- 1 tablespoon of Salt
- 1 Can of Fire Roasted Tomatoes Regular diced works as well
- Cover With Water
- Medium chop on the vegetables, poblano, onion bell pepper, garlic and add to the pot.
- Place the pork shoulder on top. Add the fire roasted tomatoes, bbq sauce and salt. Then cover with water.
- Turn the crockpot on high for 15 minutes then turn down to low. Cook until tender. About 6 to 8 hours.
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