Perfect shredded kalua pork is a breeze to make in your Crockpot. This dump and go recipe is so perfect in it’s simplicity and it’s so flavorful and juicy. I know you are going to love it!
Slow Cooker Shredded Kalua Pork Recipe
This Hawaiian kalua pork recipe is so foolproof and requires very little effort to get the most juicy, smokey and flavorful bite. Just let your slow cooker do it’s job, and you’ll have one delicious recipe!
Why you’ll love this Crockpot Kalua Pork recipe:
- SIMPLE INGREDIENTS: You only need 3 ingredients to make this delicious pulled pork recipe!
- SO EASY: Just pop everything into the slow cooker, then shred once it’s fully cooked. Super quick to prep with minimum fuss!
- DELICIOUS: This kulua pork is so tender and juicy with the most delicious smokey flavor. This recipe is definitely a keeper!
How to make Shredded Kalua Pork in a Crock Pot
Be sure to see the recipe card below for full ingredients & instructions!
- Place the pork into the slow cooker.
- Rub over the liquid smoke and season with salt.
- Cook until tender, shred and serve.
Can you make it ahead of time?
Once you have shredded your kalua pork, it will keep well in the slow cooker on the warm setting for up to two hours til you are ready to serve.
Leftovers, once cooled, can be store in the fridge for up to 4 days and can be reheated on the stovetop gently til warmed through, or in the oven at 350F, covered with foil for 10 to 15 minutes.
When reheating, you may want to add a couple of tablespoons of water to the pork so that it doesn’t dry out.
Can you freeze it?
Yes! If you have a lot of leftovers, this shredded pork freezes well and will keep for up to 6 months. Place the cooled pork into freezer bags and remove as much air as possible.
Thaw in the fridge overnight before reheating.
What do you serve it with?
I served this Crockpot pork with macaroni salad and some fresh pineapple. It also works great served with rice and some fried cabbage. Feel free to pile it into sandwiches too with your favorite toppings!
- If using a bone-in roast, or a heavier roast, increase cook time to 12-14 hours.
- Liquid smoke adds an incredible flavor to this pork. If you don’t have any, rubbing in some smoked paprika makes a good alternative.
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This Crockpot kalua pork recipe is so effortless to make and the results are nothing short of amazing! So simple and so effective, I know you are going to love this!
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