Slow Cooker Korean Pork is sweet, spicy, and incredibly easy to make. Use it in tacos, sandwiches, salads, and rice bowls for a delicious dinner with plenty of leftovers for lunches. This healthy dish will quickly become a family favorite.
Slow Cooker Korean Pork made with a homemade sweet and spicy bulgogi style sauce couldn't be more delicious. This healthy and lean dish has all the flavor of your favorite Korean takeout but is so much better for you since it is made with pork tenderloin. Have a full-on Korean feast with these Korean Ground Beef Bowls and Stewed Korean Chicken Thighs.
Asian sweet and spicy pulled pork!?! Need I say more? I recommend making this immediately. If you have been around for awhile, you may recognize this recipe. It is the same recipe I use for the Korean Beef Tacos, but with pork tenderloin instead of the beef. The beef recipe is one of the most popular, so I figured why not use it again and switch up the protein. This Slow Cooker Korean Pork is perfect for sandwiches, tacos, burritos, salads, with wraps, or right out of the slow cooker, which is usually how I end up eating it.
The key to this dish is the sauce. It's made with a combination of soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, red onion, ginger, rice vinegar, and jalapenos. It' a little sweet, a little spicy, and a little savory. The perfect combination in my opinion. To kick up the spice, you can add in some sambal olek, Siracha, or extra jalapeno. I recommend tasting the sauce as you go to get it to just the right spice level, remembering that the spice will mellow out a bit as it cooks. You can always add extra at the end, so opt for slightly less spicy if you are worried.
Originally this recipe was shared in 2015. Here is one of the photos from the old post, not the prettiest but still an amazing sandwich.
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