A super-easy pulled-pork buns recipe #Food Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Aug 20 2014) Guest post by Christina Fleming Photo courtesy of Christina blog. I made something like cinnamon buns… but with pork instead of cinnamon sugar filling. I know, it sounds weird but it was pretty good! Here is what I used and what I did for this meal… Instructions: Place 2 boneless pork chops in a slow cooker and cover with the sauce Cook on low for six hours Remove the pork chops and shred them using a fork and knife (it's suuuuper easy!) Cool before placing on dough Pour remaining sauce into a colander and strain out any large pieces Store strained sauce in a container in the fridge and use for dipping or adding to cooked buns Dough recipe and instructions: 2 cups of flour 2 tablespoons of sugar 4 teaspoons of baking powder 1 teaspoon of salt 1/4 cup cold butter 1 cup cold milk Mix the dry ingredients together in a large bowl and cut in the butter until crumbly Make a well in the centre of the dough and pour in the milk Stir to form a soft dough and then turn out onto a lightly floured surface Knead 8-10 times and roll into a rectangle Lay the pork evenly across the dough, roll and cut into equal pieces (I made 4 large buns but the recipe usually makes 12 normal sized buns) Place in an un-greased muffin tin and cook at 400F for about 30 minutes That's it! I found that the pork dried out a bit when cooking so I added a bit of extra sauce part way through. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Guest post written by Christina Fleming I love my husband, photography, cooking, cleaning, organizing and crafting. http://ourwoodhome.blogspot.ca PREVIOUS Eight of us traveled through six states, for 21 days, in a small RV… because I still can NEXT You too can be awesome and do your own bead work! Show/Hide comments [ 6 ] What kind of sauce do you use to cover the pork chops with? Reply We've used a packaged pulled pork sauce mix powder (I think Clubhouse brand) from the store, mixed with a packaged BBQ sauce mix powder (I think French's brand) mixed together, that we find makes a decent lazy-man's pulled pork. (We follow the instructions on the packet, so I'm not sure which other ingredients all go in). Though I'm sure if you google it, you could find a large variety of different pulled pork sauces, and you could use whichever you like best. We also use a pork shoulder or sirloin roast, whichever we can find for fairly cheap at Costco, but since you're cooking for longer time frames in a slow cooker, you can get away with a fair amount of different cuts for this. Reply This is such a cool idea! Lots of different directions you could go with this. Reply I've made pulled pork several dozen times. If you can find a pork butt, get that. If you can't, find a large park tenderloin. There's various different parts … I find that the portions with no bone, work best. When you throw it in the slow cooker, you can cover it in root beer – and nothing else – while it cooks. When its done, drain all but half a cup of root beer from it, and mix most of a bottle of sweet baby rays honey BBQ sauce to it (you can do less root beer and more BBQ, or vice versa depending on how saucey you want it.), and you're set. Even before adding the BBQ sauce I could eat half of the pulled pork its sooooo Sooo good with the root beer. (Of course, not the most healthy…. But super, super easy. .. Not that pulled pork is that healthy to begin with…) Reply I am absolutely doing this. I second Amy S. in that you really want to find a pork butt, also called a shoulder or rump, for the best pulled pork. I'm planning on cheating on the dough, I confess — I bought flaky biscuit dough premade — gonna try it tonight! Thanks, Christina! Reply Chris: I used this recipe (http://www.theblackpeppercorn.com/2012/03/guinness-bbq-sauce/) for sauce. The pork I used was chops because that's what we had on hand at the time:) Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.