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You know what it’s like, I know you do. Those days when you don’t have a minute to slow down. Getting kids off to school, getting yourself off to work, making lunches, checking homework, running errands…whatever it is that fills your day and makes life hectic. I’m talking about the days when can’t slow down enough to even think about making a homemade meal for your family. Well, what if I told you that you could put a meal on the table if you have a slow cooker and just 5 minutes to prepare. Could you find 5 minutes to make dinner? Of course you could! That’s less time than it takes to go through the drive-through, right?
So now you’re wondering how in the world you can make dinner in 5 minutes. The answer is Campbell’s new line of Slow Cooker Sauces. Even if you’re running in a dozen different directions during the day, these sauces are a great way to help you cook a real meal. All you have to do is put the sauce and meat in your slow cooker and let it do all the work for you. And there are lots of varieties to choose from: Tavern Style Pot Roast, Apple Bourbon Pulled Pork, Beef Stew, Southern BBQ, Sweet Korean BBQ, and Hawaiian Pork. Don’t those sound great! I was recently asked to create a recipe using one of these sauces and I’ll tell you it was even easier than I expected. I popped my ingredients in the slow cooker, switched it on and that was that. Did I say 5 minutes earlier? Yeah – more like 3 for me.
Since I was asked to create something unique with one of the sauces, I did add one ingredient other than the sauce, but you don’t have to! They’re already a perfect mix of flavors and nothing extra is needed other than your meat of choice. The sauce I chose, Apple Bourbon Pulled Pork, is obviously meant to be used with pork but knowing that whatever works with pork usually works with poultry, I opted for lean turkey breast. I added some thinly sliced bell pepper and let it all cook together for about 5 hours. At the end of cooking, I shredded the turkey breast into the sauce in the slow cooker, whipped up a little chili mayo, and popped that all on a slider bun topped with whole berry cranberry sauce and a bit of cilantro. Served with sides of sweet potato fries and steamed sugar snap peas – oh my gosh how delicious!
These Apple Bourbon Barbecue Turkey Sliders are perfect for a weeknight dinner but they would also be fantastic for a game day gatherings with friends. That’s right! Not only are Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces great for everyday meals, they’re perfect for game day get-togethers. Take the Game Day Great, Every Day Easy Challenge and experience it for yourself. To learn more about Campbell’s – Made for Real, Real Life, visit the Campbell’s Sauces web site. You’ll also find a coupon there to use for your purchase.
Place the turkey breast in the slow cooker and add the bell pepper on top. Pour the Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces Apple Bourbon Pulled Pork over the turkey and bell pepper.
Cover and cook 7 to 8 hours on low or 4 to 5 hours on high. At the end of cooking time, use two forks to pull the turkey into shreds.
To serve: Spread one cut side of each slider bun with the chili mayonnaise. Top with a generous amount of shredded turkey mixture, a teaspoon of whole berry cranberry sauce and several cilantro leaves.
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More slider recipes you might enjoy from around the internet:
- Buffalo Chicken Sliders from CopyKat Recipes
- Cubano Sliders from RecipeGirl
- Aloha BBQ Sliders from TidyMom
- Mini Meatball Sliders with Tomato and Basil from Inspired Taste
- BBQ Bean Sliders from Budget Bytes
What I was up to…
- One year ago: Pear and Apple Compote with Yogurt and Granola
- Two years ago: Sausage Cheese Dip
- Three years ago: Caraway Cheese Spread
- Four years ago: Lacy Cornbread
- Five years ago: Black Walnut Pumpkin Bread
- Six years ago: Simple Grilled Fish