Kahlua Pork/Pig Recipe
If you've been to Hawaii, you've probably had this. They serve it all over the place there. Traditionally, it's made by cooking the pig in a hole in the ground, but who's got time for that?! This crockpot version is much more practical. Super easy and soooo delish!
Pork roast (pork butt is best, but any cut will do)
hawaiian salt (kosher also works just as good)
Place pork in crockpot. Pour some liquid smoke (a little of this stuff goes a long way) and rub it all over the roast. Sprinkle the salt all over and rub again. Cook time will depend on your roast size. If you are pressed for time, use high temp. If not, low for longer. Check for doneness by sticking a fork in and twisting. If it shreds easily, it's done! Once completely cooked, shred all of it. You can either serve in crockpot or on a dish. If you transfer to serving dish, be sure to
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