Friday, August 29, 2008

Mini-Pulled Pork Cocktail Samiches



This is an absolutely party perfect recipe- that was super easy and totally delicious! I took these to a pool party over the summer and they were a huge hit. The great news is you can always make the pulled pork one day prior and refrigerate it, then you can prepare the little sammies the day of the party.





Here's what you'll need~
makes about 70 cocktail sammies

2lb pork tenderloin
2 12oz. bottles root beer
1/2 cup bbq sauce
2 pkgs refrigerator biscuits
mini-muffin tin

Each "grands" biscuit makes 2-3 mini samiches

Place pork and root beer in the crockpot and cook on low for 6-7 hours (so it is easy to fork apart and not dry). Remove cooked pork from crockpot with a slotted spoon, and place in a large bowl, add bbq sauce and fork apart to shred. Let cool and refrigerate 1 hour to overnight.
Open the package of biscuits and split separate the biscuits, use a little round cookie cutter to cut circles out of the raw biscuit dough. Pull the circle apart (in half, the layery biscuit dough comes apart pretty easily.




Grease a mini muffin tin with non-stick spray. Place a circle of biscuit in the muffin cup. Fork on some pulled pork, add a dab of bbq sauce and top with another biscuit circle.






Cook on 425 15-20 minutes or until biscuits are golden brown.



We've made this pulled pork before, and used the leftovers in a pulled pork omlette HERE

11 comments:

Cynthia's Blog said...

This is a really good idea. I am hosting a block party this month and i will try this one for sure. thanx

Sarah said...

What a wonderful idea! Thanks for posting.

Lunch Buckets said...

Great idea!

rubybean77 said...
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rubybean77 said...

FANTASTIC recipe! I made it tonight with my husband! FABULOUS!!!!

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Heather said...

These were excellent! I had to blog about them :) Hope you don't mind!

Haley said...

This is a great idea! It looks delicious!

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ashley said...

great idea! i was planning on making BBQ sliders for our game night next week, i think i'll have to try this out instead!

Anonymous said...

These are awesome and such a great party idea!!! Thanks for the recipe.

lostgirlinthelittlecity said...

These are so good and I can't wait to make more yummy cocktail sammies soon.

I linked to this recipe in my blog post about tailgating.
Thanks so much!

http://lostgirlinthelittlecity.wordpress.com/2009/09/15/the-art-of-tailgating-all-grown-up/

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