BBQ Pork sliders
Slow cooked shredded pork in a smoky BBQ sauce with chive cheddar coleslaw and fresh apple in soft slider buns
If you have received an order prior to the 10th February, you will have received our old recipe. For more information and cooking instructions, please follow this link.
Microwave or Stovetop
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 5 days
730 calories per person
Mediterranean, Soy free
(3 sliders per person)
1. Preheat oven to 350F. Place DEFROSTED slider buns onto a flat baking sheet warm through for 2 to 3 minutes or until sufficiently warmed. Remove & stand for 1 minute, slice in half horizontally ready to fill.
2. Remove film & all items from tray containing sticky BBQ pork etc. Empty pork from sachet to empty wooden tray & microwave for 1-2 minutes or until piping hot.
Alternatively you can heat the pork in a pot on the stove mixed with with 1 tablespoon on water.
3. Mix the slaw with chive & cheddar mayonnaise in a bowl. Cut apple into 1/4's and then into thin slices. (You'll only need half the apple for all the sliders)
4. Suggested assembly order: Cut the sliders, divide BBQ pork across the base of the 6 sliders first (Approx 1 dessert spoon of BBQ pork per slider) top with a dessert spoon of coleslaw and then slices of apple.
Slider buns, Apple, Pulled pork (All natural from United States), BBQ sauce, Mayonnaise reduced fat, Yogurt, Smoked cheddar, Green cabbage, Red cabbage, Carrot, Scallions,Chives, Extra virgin olive oil, Cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce.
Allergens: Egg, Fish, Gluten, Milk
Contains celery & mustard
Calories 730, Fat 26g, Saturated fat 6g, Carbohydrates 91g, Total sugars 51g, Protein 27g, Fibre 2g, Sodium 1370mg
Approximately 243 calories per filled slider
Really enjoyed the apple slices on it. It enough meat to fill 6 rolls.
Nice combination of ingredients, pork with slaw and apples. This may be the only dish I have ordered where I don’t think there is enough food. The only reason it’s filling is because of the rolls. It’s a tasty dish but I would prefer more substance than bread.
This is one of our favorite meal choices!. The sandwich is very flavorful , a nice combination of textures and quick and easy to combine. At first not enough meat was provided for 6 small rolls but now the quantity seems to have been increased. When the rolls are filled excess actually falls out the sides. This is definitely a repeat menu choice.!
I highly recommend Georgie & Tom's Pork Sliders. They are a delicious and easy-to-make appetizer or main course. The pulled pork is tender and flavorful, and the coleslaw and apple add a nice touch of freshness. The sliders are served on small buns, which makes them perfect for nibbling.
I've had both the old and the new recipe for BBQ Pork sliders. Personally, I do not care for apples, especially Granny Smith apples, so I do not use them in the recipe. I am in agreement with previous reviews that the BBQ pork was too sweet in the old recipe and is still too sweet in the new recipe. The major difference I noted between the old and the new recipe was that the amount of BBQ pork appeared to be doubled in the new recipe. I agree with another review that there is too much mayonnaise sauce for the coleslaw. The first time I had this recipe, I enjoyed the recipe's concept so much that I have purchased bulk BBQ pork, made my own coleslaw, and packaged the combo on small slider buns from another source. Please make the BBQ pork less sweet and include more vegetables for the given amount of mayonnaise sauce.