Pulled Pork BBQ Loafers
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to fit smaller rice cookers.
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Pulled Pork BBQ Loafers

A deliciously easy recipe from the 5 Plus 5: Five Ingredients + 5 Minutes Prep! Recipe Book.

Prep: 5 min Total: 30 min Yield: 4

Ingredients

10 to 12-oz pork tenderloin

1 cup BBQ sauce

1/4 cup chili sauce

1 white onion, peeled and thinly sliced

4 to 6 large soft sandwich buns, split and toasted

2 cups water

Completely line the Steam Tray of the rice cooker with 2 large pieces of aluminum foil and lightly coat with cooking spray. Place the pork tenderloin in the tray, drench with the barbecue and chili sauces and scatter the onions over all.

 

Pour the water into the inner pot of your rice cooker. Place the Steam Tray into the cooker, close the lid and Steam/Cook for 25 to 30 minutes or until pork is cooked through.

 

Shred the pork with a fork. Mound equal portions onto sandwich buns and serve.

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Nice and tender pork. Pulls very easily. Tastes delicious.

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You can't steam Pork Tenderloin for 30 minutes and expect to be able to pull it, like this recipe suggests. I tried it in my rice steamer, exactly as the recipe says, and it was like pork chop meat. If you're planning a party with pulled pork sandwiches, this IS NOT THE RECIPE FOR YOU. So after cooking it an additional 25 minutes, we ate it just like you would a pork chop. With a knife and fork and cut pieces off. It was very tender, but only mildly flavorful. We called it "edible" and we did finish it, but do not cook this expecting pulled pork sandwiches, or a delicious meal. Also, I lined the steamer tray with aluminum foil, as the recipe directs. All of the water ended up above the foil, with none left in the base. It's lucky I took it out when I did, because it was starting to burn my brand new pot.

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You can't steam Pork Tenderloin for 30 minutes and expect to be able to pull it, like this recipe suggests. I tried it in my rice steamer, exactly as the recipe says, and it was like pork chop meat. If you're planning a party with pulled pork sandwiches, this IS NOT THE RECIPE FOR YOU. So after cooking it an additional 25 minutes, we ate it just like you would a pork chop. With a knife and fork and cut pieces off. It was very tender, but only mildly flavorful. We called it "edible" and we did finish it, but do not cook this expecting pulled pork sandwiches, or a delicious meal. Also, I lined the steamer tray with aluminum foil, as the recipe directs. All of the water ended up above the foil, with none left in the base. It's lucky I took it out when I did, because it was starting to burn my brand new pot.

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Nice and tender pork. Pulls very easily. Tastes delicious.

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