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Pulled Pork Sliders with TABASCO® BBQ Sauce and Pickled Pineapple

Pulled Pork Sliders with TABASCO® BBQ Sauce and Pickled Pineapple


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Help defend against bland flavors with this simple yet bold pulled pork slider recipe

In advance of next month’s big game, current Bravo Top Chef contestant Isaac Toups has partnered with Tabasco to help defend against bland flavors with this simple yet bold pulled pork slider recipe that is guaranteed to tackle your guests’ taste buds on game day.

Recipe created by Isaac Toups of Toups’ Meatery.

Ingredients

For the pulled pork:

  • 3 Pounds pork butt/pork shoulder
  • Kosher salt, to taste
  • Ground black pepper, to taste
  • 1/2 Cup water
  • 1/4 Cup cider vinegar
  • 2 Teaspoons hot sauce, such as TABASCO® brand original red sauce

For the barbecue sauce:

  • 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 2 Tablespoons minced fresh garlic
  • 4 Tablespoons minced fresh ginger
  • 1/2 Cup cider vinegar
  • 2 Cups ketchup
  • 4 Tablespoons hot sauce, such as TABASCO® brand original red sauce
  • 2 Tablespoons brown sugar, packed
  • 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 Tablespoon smoked paprika
  • 1 Teaspoon ground black pepper

For the pickled pineapple:

  • 1 whole pineapple
  • 2 Tablespoons hot sauce, such as TABASCO® brand original red sauce
  • 2 Tablespoons white sugar
  • 1 1/2 Cup rice wine vinegar
  • 1 1/2 Cup water
  • Slider buns, for serving

Servings4

Calories Per Serving1244

Folate equivalent (total)101µg25%


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!


This whole recipe is really simple.

If you haven’t had sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you’re missing out. The rolls really make a difference. They’re sweet and fluffy, and when they get toasted a little in the smoker… damn they’re good.

Before we get to the sliders, we have to make some pulled pork.

I made the pulled pork just like I usually do for these sliders, but before putting the pork shoulder on the smoker, I injected it with root beer. My hope was that the root beer would break down the meat a little more, and add a little sweetness to the meat. It worked!

It usually takes at least 12 hours to smoke a pork shoulder for pulled pork. So, make the pulled pork ahead of time. Once the pulled pork is ready, you only have about thirty minutes more of prep work and cooking time.

I like shredding pork shoulder in my cast iron skillet. It’s big enough to hold one shoulder, and easy to cover and store if there are leftovers.

Constructing Pulled Pork Hawaiian Sliders

Once the pork is ready to go, it’s time to construct the sliders. I used two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls, and using a sharp knife, sliced them in half.

After putting the rolls on a cookie sheet lined with foil, drizzle some squeeze butter on the rolls, followed by pulled pork, bbq sauce, pickled onions, and shredded cheese.

Top off the sliders with the other half of the hawaiian rolls, and drizzle with more squeeze butter, and then put in your smoker set to 350 degrees.

Let them cook for about 20 minutes, and then enjoy! I served these for the Super Bowl this year and my friends LOVED them.

If you’re looking for some more pulled pork recipe ideas be sure to check out my cheesy pulled pork burritos!