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Crock Pot Kalua Pork Sliders

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Well, when in Hawaii, do as the Hawaiians, right?! And that’s why Kalua Pork sliders are a favorite game day meal! No need to dig up an imu though! This recipe is as simple as setting a pork shoulder in the crock pot over night with some bacon and salt.

Crock Pot Kalua Pork Sliders

Cooking Time: 12 hr


  • 5-6 slices uncooked Hickory Smoked Bacon
  • 7-9lbs. Pork Butt/Shoulder
  • 1 tsp Hawaiian Sea Salt
  • Hawaiian Dinner Rolls


  1. Start by lining the bottom of your slow cooker with uncooked bacon.
  2. Place pork butt/shoulder in slow cooker on top of the uncooked bacon. Sprinkle the top lightly with salt.
  3. Cook on low for 12-16, or until completely cooked through. Shred pork (it should just fall apart) and serve on Hawaiian Dinner Rolls

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If you've ever been to a luau in Hawaii, it's likey that you were served kalua pig! It's an island favorite, and one that I made at home to be able to enjoy on game day!


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