Perfectly done pulled pork, slow cooked in your crock pot all day, piled on a bun and topped with Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw.
Have you hugged your crock pot today? You’ll want to, after you try these sandwiches! Crock Pot Pulled Pork with Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw? Heck, yea!
I use my crock pot year-round. In fact, in summertime I treasure it for keeping my kitchen cooler. But for some reason, I always associate it with fall and winter. Do you? Most times, when I think slow cooker, I think comfort foods; soups, stews, and tender roasts, cooked all day, welcoming you home with an amazing aroma filled kitchen.
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Another thing I love about my crock pot? How easy it is for tailgate food!
If you’ve been around a minute or two, you’ll remember that it’s no secret how much we love our Nebraska Cornhuskers! We attend most of the home games, and I always host a big tailgate. Making my food list for tailgating season is one of my favorite things.
I bring back “fan favorites” and add new recipes every year. Being able to make something ahead in my slow cooker saves me all sorts of time. These pulled pork sandwiches are sure to be a hit this year.
If you have ever made homemade coleslaw, you know it needs to take its time in the fridge. Giving all of those flavors a chance to get all cozy and acquainted. This Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw is no different.
Tell Me More About Dorothy Lynch Salad Dressing & Condiment!
A common misconception about Dorothy Lynch, because of its color, is that it’s “just another French dressing.” In fact, it’s not a French dressing at all. What you may not know, is that French dressings are oil based, whereas Dorothy Lynch is tomato based. It’s got a rich and creamy texture, that is sweet and just a little bit spicy.
Dorothy Lynch got its start in the 1940’s at the Legion Club in St. Paul, Nebraska. Dorothy made her homemade dressing for the restaurant, and people fell in love with it. These days, the famed dressing is made in a 64,000 square foot plant in Duncan, Nebraska, population 351. Dorothy Lynch dressing is available in Home Style and Light & Lean. It contains no MSG, cholesterol, or trans fats and is gluten free.
Where Do I Get My Own Bottle of Dorothy Lynch?
Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment can be purchased at most grocery stores in Nebraska, and can be found at select grocery stores around the country, including Walmart and Hy-Vee. If you can’t find it there, you can always get your pantry stocked with Dorothy Lynch by shopping Buy Nebraska or Amazon!
Dorothy Lynch is, of course, perfect on salad, but is great in so many other ways, too! I have done a few recipes for Dorothy Lynch, and I am super excited to tell you there are more to come!
My Sloppy Dorothy Sandwiches were the first tailgating recipe I did for Dorothy Lynch. Typically, it takes a while for a recipe to take hold. I mean, how often do you see a recipe and run right out and buy the ingredients and make them that day? I bet not too often.
These sandwiches? They were an overnight sensation! They became one of my top 10 recipes in about a month’s time. Folks, I have about 800 recipes here! That is saying something!
If you thought tailgating was just about the sandwich, well, don’t be fooled! Dorothy’s Cheesy Bacon Pull-Apart Bread is perfect tailgating and watch party food!
Today though, it’s all about this Crock Pot Pulled Pork with Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw! These sandwiches are so easy to make, it’s all prep, and the crock pot does the rest.
Rinse pork butt in cold water and pat dry.
Combine all of the spices and the brown sugar in a bowl.
Rub the seasonings into the pork butt on all sides.
Place the apple cider vinegar and water in your slow cooker, then place the seasoned pork butt into the slow cooker. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours.
Next we need to get that Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw mixed up and in the fridge!
Combine Coleslaw ingredients, and place in the refrigerator. It’ll be perfect when your pork is ready!
Tip: This recipe calls for buttermilk. I never buy it, I just always make my own. It is super easy, and you can make just what you need. Find out how: Buttermilk Substitute Recipe
Remove pork from the crock pot, shred meat, and discard any fat. Reserve about a cup of the liquid. Place pork back in the crock pot, with the reserved liquid, to keep warm.
Serve on hamburger buns, topped with Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw.
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What’s so great and different between regular coleslaw and Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw?
I have a great coleslaw recipe, that is a knock off of the one you have at KFC. It’s the only one I have made up until this point. I started playing around with the recipe and added some Dorothy Lynch dressing. It turned out amazing! It resembled the look of Pink Coleslaw, if you have ever had that in the Florida Keys?
The Dorothy Lynch added a zip to it that we all just loved. So much so, that I contemplated adding barbecue sauce to the pulled pork sandwiches, and decided against it. If I can make any suggestion, I would say to drizzle a little more Dorothy Lynch over the top of the slaw.
I have lived in Nebraska my whole life. In Nebraska, we take care of our own. We support our community, our farmers and the products that are made here in our state.
Nebraska is a football state, through and through. We are diehard Cornhusker fans, filling our stadium with close to 100,000 fans every football Saturday. Dorothy Lynch is a proud supporter of Husker Athletics. When you are in Memorial Stadium for a game this season, you will find Dorothy Lynch in the condiment section.
We’ve heard it’s fantastic on Runza Sandwiches and Valentino’s pizza, too!
Let’s get to the recipe for this Crock Pot Pulled Pork with Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw, shall we?
Crock Pot Pulled Pork Ingredients
- 5-6 pounds Pork Shoulder Butt Roast
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons of each: paprika, garlic powder, onion powder
- 1/2 teaspoon of each: white pepper, cayenne pepper
- 1 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
- 3/4 cup water
Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw Ingredients
- 10 cups coleslaw mix
- 1/2 cup Dorothy Lynch Salad Dressing & Condiment
- 1/3 cup mayonnaise
- 2 Tablespoons white vinegar
- 1/4 cup buttermilk
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon of each: salt, pepper, celery seed
- To prepare the Crock Pot Pulled Pork: Rinse pork butt in cold water and pat dry. Combine all of the spices and the brown sugar in a bowl. Rub the seasonings into the pork butt on all sides. Place the apple cider vinegar and water in your slow cooker, then place the seasoned pork butt into the slow cooker. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours. Remove from the crock pot, shred meat, and discard any fat. Reserve about a cup of the liquid. Place shredded pork back in the crock pot, with the reserved liquid, to keep warm.
- To prepare the Dorothy Lynch Coleslaw: Mix mayo, Dorothy Lynch, buttermilk, sugar, celery seed, salt and pepper together. Pour over coleslaw mix and stir to combine. Cover and refrigerate for at least 8 hours.
- Pile pulled pork onto hamburger buns, top with coleslaw and serve.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1105 Total Fat: 81g Saturated Fat: 23g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 52g Cholesterol: 233mg Sodium: 934mg Carbohydrates: 34g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 4g Sugar: 28g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 57g