Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork


Slow cooked pulled pork simmered in an Asian Ginger Baking Sauce and served with Creamy Teriyaki Slaw for a delicious meal to enjoy any night of the week.

Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork - Mother Thyme

Pulled pork is a family favorite. I often serve it for football parties or get togethers since everyone loves a good pulled pork sandwich.

I especially love creating a meal that combines fresh ingredients with ready-to-go sauces that can create a dish that has layers of flavor. Kraft has created a line of Recipe Makers that include nine different products including Chicken Bruschetta Pasta and Tex-Mex Chicken Fajitas. I am in love with these! Each box includes two complementary sauces. You just need a few fresh ingredients to create one delicious meal. Each one includes two additional recipes, but these sauces have such versatility you can create your own dish.

This Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork was used with the Kraft Recipe Makers Asian Fish Tacos. The Asian Ginger Baking Sauce and the Creamy Teriyaki Finishing Sauce which are included with the Asian Fish Tacos are amazing in this dish. The tender pork is full of flavor. Mr. Mother Thyme, who loves his pulled pork, has raved about this. I have made this recipe a few times, and there are never any leftovers. You can even serve the pork over rice and sprinkle with some green onions. The pulled pork is so tender and juicy. It is topped with a Creamy Teriyaki Slaw which is the perfect compliment to this meal. What would pulled pork be without cole slaw, right?

With Kraft Recipe Makers, you can stick with one of the yummy recipes included or you can have fun and be creative. The Asian Fish Tacos also includes recipes for Baked Teriyaki Fish and Asian Almond Salmon, for a variety of chef quality meals made right in your own kitchen any night of the week that your entire family will love.

Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork - Mother Thyme

What you need

Kraft Recipe Makers Asian Fish Tacos
Pork shoulder
Cole slaw mix
Fresh cilantro
Green onions
Sesame seeds

Check out my video to see how fun and easy it is to create this dish.

What’s your favorite go-to family recipe? Or, what would you create with Kraft Recipe Makers?

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Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 8 hours

Total Time: 8 hours, 15 minutes

Yield: 6-8 servings

Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork


  • 1 box Kraft Recipe Makers Asian Fish Tacos
  • 3 pound pork shoulder
  • 1 tablespoon corn starch
  • 16 ounce bag cole slaw
  • 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons green onion, chopped
  • 1-2 teaspoons sesame seeds, optional
  • Buns for serving


  1. Place pork in slow cooker. Pour Kraft Recipe Makers Asian Ginger Baking Sauce over pork and turn to coat. Cook on low for 8 hours until pork is thoroughly cooked.
  2. Remove pork from slow cooker and set on a platter to cool.
  3. In a small bowl stir 1/4 cup of liquid from slow cooker with corn starch until dissolved. Stir mixture back into remaining liquid.
  4. When pork is cool to touch shred using the back of two forks. Stir back into slow cooker and toss with sauce.
  5. Cook for 15 minutes longer until sauce thickens.
  6. To make Creamy Teriyaki Slaw, place cole slaw mix, cilantro and green onions in a medium bowl. Pour in Kraft Recipe Makers Creamy Teriyaki Finishing Sauce and toss to coat. Stir in sesame seeds if desired. Chill in refrigerator until ready to serve.
  7. To assemble, place desired amount of pork on roll. Top with slaw and serve.

Pork is also great served over rice and topped with chopped green onions.

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  1. amy pugmire says

    our on the go meal is homemade mac n cheese. the kids love it! I would love to do a pulled bbq pork sandwich recipe

  2. Susan P says

    I’ve never tried any of the Kraft Recipe Makers, however, I’m going to make this Asian Pulled Pork. WIth football season here, my husband and boys watch the games together on Sunday and their friends sometimes pop in. They’d love this and it looks so easy!

  3. Heather says

    My favorite family meal is my mom’s lasagna. Everyone loves it. If I used Kraft recipe makers, I would make the Verde Chicken Enchiladas!

  4. mary neal says

    Our family favorite is home made pizza, but we love bbq pulled pork. Gonna try the Asian pulled pork tonight, sounds really good. :)

  5. Rosie says

    I’d luv to try using Hickory BBQ Beef with a pot roast in the slow cooker! And adding potatoes, green peppers and carrots!

  6. Claudia Davis says

    I think anything with an asian flavor (asian fish tacos box) to it works so well with salmon. I would marinade the salmon for about an hour in the fridge (not longer because then it starts to actually cook) and place it on the grill for some smokey flavor. I would add some sauteed julienne veggies (yellow, green and red bell peppers as well as carrots and some mushrooms) to soba noodles as a side dish for the meal adding some of the marinade to the noodles to complement the fish.

  7. Cindy Merrill says

    Lamb meatballs ; easy to make, requires 2 eggs and 1 cup oats per pound of meat- great for tailgating, serve with a garlic yogurt sauce nicely tucked into a pita pocket.

  8. Anastasia says

    I could tweak my old enchilada recipe with the verde enchilada sauce! A new, tasty spin on my old classic :)
    …. but…. after seeing this pulled pork recipe, I think I’ll have to make this instead :)

  9. Andrew Leukhardt says

    My go-to family recipe is sauteed chicken in vegetables with olive oil and whatever fresh herbs I have lying around

  10. Michelle Weaver says

    Our go to recipe it to bake chicken in the oven with a mixture of mayo and parmesan cheese spread on top. it’s super quick and so delicious.

  11. Kristen says

    Our favorite go to family recipe is almond chicken. Chicken thighs with a tomato curry sauce and almond butter- so good and simple to make for a weeknight dinner!

  12. Wild Orchid says

    I would use the sweet and sour chicken mix to make sweet and sour meatballs!

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  13. Carolsue says

    Chicken Cacciatore is one of my family’s favorite go-to recipes. I would make that with these sauces.
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  14. Norma says

    A favorite family recipe is Greek Chicken and pasta. The lemon oregano sauce in the Chicken Cacciatore could also be used for grilled greek chicken breasts sprinkled with feta. I’d use the other sauce on pasta to serve with it.

  15. crystal smith says

    I would love to try to make the Florentine-Stuffed Chicken Breasts with their Three Cheese Florentine Recipe Maker…sounds yummy and I love how easy and quick all their recipes are! Talk about a great way to make a weeknight easier!

  16. Betty C says

    I love the convenience of my slow cooker. I’m definitely going to try making your pulled pork recipe. It looks so easy

  17. Michelle H says

    My favorite simple go to recipe is pasta aoli with cannelini beans and artichocke hearts and parmesan cheese sprinkled over it. I could use these Kraft sauces to spice that up.

  18. Chelsea A says

    I think I’d do sweet & sour tofu w/ mixed veggies (depending on what’s cheap at the grocery store ..!)

    These look so convenient!


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