Easy Open Face Pulled Pork


We have had so many wonderful BBQ dinners over the past couple weeks, I decided to shake things up with my Ninja Slow Cooking system.  I also deiced to spice things up a little with my take on a Mojo sauce.


Serves 4


3.5 lbs. pork sirloin roast boneless

1 large onion – sliced and halved

1 loaf ciabatta bread

1 C chicken stock

1 C coke

3/4 C BBQ sauce

2 cloves garlic – minced

1 Tbsp chiptole sauce

1 tsp chili powder

1/2 tsp liquid smoke

1/2 tsp dried cumin

salt & pepper to taste

1 Tbsp olive oil\

two tomatoes – sliced

12 fresh basil

blue cheese

For Mojo sauce:  3/4 C mayo, 1/4 C orange juice, 1/4 C lime juice, 1/4 tsp dried cumin, 1/4 tsp chili powder, 2 cloves garlic – minced, a few drops of Sriracha chili sauce,  1/2 tsp olive oil.


In bowl combine all Mojo ingredients except olive oil.  While stirring ingredients slowly drizzle the olive oil  into the bowl.  Place mixture in refrigerator for later use.

Pulled Pork Preparation:

In your Ninja Cooking system (or in fry pan) add 1 Tbsp olive oil and saute onions.

Add pork to Ninja (or add pork and onions to slow cooker)

In mixing bowl add  the chicken stock, coke, BBQ sauce, garlic, chipotle sauce, chili powder, liquid smoke, dried cumin, salt and pepper, and stir to mix.

Add contents of mixing bowl to pork and onions pouring it over the pork. Lift the pork up to get mixture underneath.

Turn Ninja onto to slow cooker – low heat mode  and figure out something to do for the next 7 hours.

When cooked remove the pork and with two forks pull it apart into pieces.  Arrange the tomatoes and basil on the plate add a dash of blue cheese, smear Mojo sauce on a slice of bread, add the pulled pork to the bread and enjoy a wonderful tasty meal!

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There was knock on the door.  I left my cooking meal to see who was there.  I opened the door, and was reminded again what a wonderful neighborhood  I live in.  There on the steps were two young girls each holding a prepared desert.  They told me they were playing Chopped and wanted me to sample the deserts!
I took in the special moment and told them I could never chop either of their beautiful deserts. The girls giggled and told me not to worry they don’t really chop, they just wanted to have me try their desert.  Relieved I told them to wait a second because their beautiful dishes had to be in my blog!
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Good Eating and Table Talk,
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