This meal began from the necessity of producing some pulled pork for a special recipe I’ll be posting tomorrow. In the process of making it, I felt it was too effortless and delicious not to pass along! Plus who does not want a flavorful crock pot recipe that provides ease of meal preparation but does not bring the 1970’s back to the kitchen? Me, for one.
I baked gluten-free hamburger buns for our sandwiches but Kaiser rolls make a perfect match for this luscious pulled pork too.
I hesitate to even call this a recipe feeling that is too sophisticated a term for what it is! ‘Delicious’ is what it is so maybe it does not matter how simple it is to assemble. I used cabbage and carrots from my winter CSA. I also love adding purple cabbage with the green for both flavor and color but did not have any on hand. You can make this even faster if you wish to purchase a bag of cole slaw greens as your base.
Lazy Girl’s Cole Slaw
- ½ head green cabbage or mix of green and purple, grated to make 4 cups
- 6 medium carrots grated
- 1 bottle Brianna’s Poppy Seed Dressing
- Use the grater disk of a food processor to grate the cabbage and carrots. Transfer cabbage and carrots to a bowl.
- Add Brianna’s Poppy Seed Dressing to desired taste and coating thoroughness. I used about 1/3 bottle for this recipe. NOTE: I like it to be coated but not soggy or weighty on the vegetables.
This turned out so well, I can imagine making it at least once a month for the rest of my life! I froze small portions with fresh ravioli and enjoyed it for lunch at work every day for almost two weeks, and it continued to taste truly scrumptious.
Suzita @ playfightrepeat.com says
I highly recommend this dish!! My husband made it yesterday and we had it for dinner on seeded rolls with coleslaw. Delicious. All three of our kids loved it as well! Not always easy for that to happen.
Love the veggie scrubber! Love pulled pork and the slow cooker makes it almost effortless. This is exactly the same meal we had for a football party a couple Sundays ago.
How can it be lazy if you shred your cabbage and use a great dressing?
Medifast Coupons says
Truly a tasty dish! The adaptation on the coleslaw is great new taste. Apple cider vinegar as part of the pulled pork will make for great flavours, nice recipe!
Kimberly Peterson says
That vegetable brush looks sooo cute!!! I loveee pulled pork, in fact I love anything pork!