A couple of weeks ago I was in the grocery store checking out the marked-down items in the meat department, and I came across a rather large bone-in pork roast for a great price. I immediately thought of how much Hubby loves pork barbeque sandwiches and wondered how it would cook up in the dutch oven. So, I picked up the roast and a bottle of my favorite sauce and headed home. That weekend I made it for the first time, and it was delicious! So much so, I had a special request from Hubby for it again this week. If you have a dutch oven, you'll definitely want to try this- your pork roast will turn out so tender you won't believe it!
I started out by mixing up just a small amount of my favorite sauce (about 4 ounces) with some water....
Enough water to partially cover the roast. (This was a large roast, so it took about 2 1/2 to 3 cups of liquid.)
Into the oven for about 3-4 hours at 300 degrees, then the last hour or so I turned up the heat to 350 to melt away any remaining fat still on the roast. (I didn't trim any fat before putting it in the dutch oven- the cooking process does that for you.)
Total cooking time for this roast (which was almost 4 lbs.) was about 4 1/2 hours- you can allow less time for a smaller roast. (You definitely don't want to overcook it!)
As you can tell from this picture, it literally forks apart!
I added the rest of the sauce and mixed it into the meat with my hands while also pulling the meat apart into smaller pieces and...