Cut up an onion or two in the bottom of a Dutch Oven. Place the pork butt fat side up into the pot.
Open up a can of Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce.
If you don't care for a "really" spicy hot flavor use only half of the peppers. We like it hot so the whole can goes on top of the roast.
Next come the starring characters of this play. Pop 2 cans of Dr. Pepper.
Pour over the roast. I had to buy a six pack. Oh, darn. That leaves an additional 4 cans for me to drink.
Cover with a lid. Close the oven door. Set the timer for 6 hours and take a nap.
Your nose will know when those juices start popping. The whole house smelled so good. Mine was fork tender after 6 hours. If you use a bigger roast you may need to cook it a bit longer.
I took the roast out and let it sit for a bit to cool. Then poured all of the drippings (southern term) and put them through a gravy separator to get the fat out. I then shredded all of the meat and even smashed up the peppers in the liquid.
Easy pulled pork recipe. Tastes great. We put ours into flour tortillas like recommended by Ree. However, I think we will try it next time with toasted buns. I was able to get 3 separate meals from this one roast. I like that. If you want to get the original recipe go to http://thepioneerwoman.com/
I have her cook book and use it frequently. Try the jalapeno poppers if you get the chance. Oh My Goodness.
Much Love and Prayers from a full Mainely Ewes Farm.