Pork Sliders w/White BBQ Sauce
These Pork Sliders w/White BBQ Sauce were inspired by an old recipe. Our White BBQ sauce goes way back in the life of No Time 2 Cook. My sister, Kay Patterson Olliver, designed the original recipe. When we added it to the No Time 2 Cook menu, I would smoke a dozen chickens at a time. Then, I would hand pull them, toss in the white BBQ sauce, and freeze for farmer’s markets. We sold White BBQ Chicken at the Mustard Seed in Oxford until there just were not enough hours in the day for the smoking and pulling. It was a true labor of love for my customers.
The idea of serving this BBQ sauce with pulled pork was birthed this past weekend at our family cabin when trying to come up with a great new recipe for the Ole Miss/Alabama game. I tested the recipe with my Oven “Smoked” Pork Shoulder Roast and made up the slaw recipe on the spot. My oh My! Did we eat well! These sliders were a hit! They will be at your next tailgate event or in front of your TV as well! Don’t let all the ingredients discourage you from giving this a try. Each step is so very easy to assemble and will be especially simple if you buy your pulled pork from your favorite BBQ spot in town.
Just like our recipes, we make EVERYTHING from scratch!
White BBQ Sauce:
- 2 c. Hellman’s mayonnaise
- 1 t. white pepper
- 1 t. black pepper
- 1 t. Garlic powder
- ¼ t. Onion powder
- ¼ t red pepper
- ¼ t paprika
- 1 T Apple Cider Vinegar
- 1 T “Better Than Bouillon” Chicken Base
- 1 T Honey
- ¼ c. Worstershire sauce
- 2 t. Louisiana Hot sauce
- 2 t. lemon juice
- 2 t. horseradish
- 1/10 oz. bag shredded cabbage
- ½ c. Famous Dave’s Signature Spicy Pickle Relish
- ½ c. Hellman’s mayonnaise
3lbs of Pulled Pork: Purchase from your favorite BBQ place in town or see my Oven “Smoked” Pork Shoulder Roast for a great recipe that can be put on to slow cook in the morning and ready to serve by game time.
Rolls: 2/10ct. bags Sister Schubert Yeast rolls.
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For the BBQ Sauce: Whisk all ingredients together and serve at room temp or make ahead and chill.
Note: Left over bbq sauce will keep for several months in your refrigerator.
For the Slaw: Mix all ingredients ahead of time. Chill. Double this recipe if you want extra on the side.
How to build a slider: 1 roll, ½ cup pork, 1 T White BBQ Sauce, ¼ cup slaw. Works great to set out and let guests build their own.