BBQ Pulled Pork with Lemony Green Bean Casserole

Rich and tangy barbecue sauce meets perfectly slow cooked pork shoulder in this delicious meal. We’ve paired the pulled pork with tender green beans in a lemony herb sauce. A shower of crispy shallots adds a little crunch to garnish.

Suvie Cook Settings

Bottom Zone: Slow Cook on Low for 6 hours

Top Zone: Slow Cook on Low for 6 Hours

Select YES from frozen

BBQ Pulled Pork

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  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: 6 hours
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  • 24 oz pork shoulder
  • 6 oz BBQ sauce 
  • 10 oz green beans 
  • 6 oz lemon herb sauce
  • 1 oz crispy shallots 


1) Run BBQ sauce under warm water to thaw.

2) Open pork shoulder and add to a Suvie pan.

3) Open BBQ sauce and pour over and around the pork shoulder.

3) Open green beans and add to another Suvie pan.

4) Open lemon herb sauce (keep frozen) and squeeze out of packaging to rest on top of green beans.

5) Place pork shoulder into the top zone of Suvie and green beans into the bottom zone. Input settings and cook now. Alternatively, you can store or schedule the meal in the Suvie (please be sure to select “Yes” when asked if cooking from frozen).

Suvie Cook Settings

Bottom Zone: Slow Cook on Low for 6 hours

Top Zone: Slow Cook on Low for 6 Hours

6) When the cook is complete, use two forks and gently pull and shred pork apart. Mix the shredded pork with the BBQ sauce. Divide between plates with the green beans and lemon herb sauce and garnish with crispy shallots. Season to taste with salt and pepper.


Nutritional Information per serving (2-4 servings per recipe): Calories 470, Total Fat 19g, Total Carbohydrates 33g, Total Sodium 810mg, Total Protein 41g.

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George Benson Jr
George Benson Jr
2 years ago

Hello, love the recipes, can’t wait for my order to ship, quick question, could you make a recipe for a Philippino dish called Kare-Kare it’s an amazing dish, I always bother my wife to make it, it has Ox Tail and Tripe to name a few things, looking forward to more amazing meals from you thank you so much for making life easier 😊

Last edited 2 years ago by George Benson Jr
Dan Snedeker
Dan Snedeker
2 years ago

Hi George, if you email the recipe to us at food@suvie.com we can take a look and see about working on a recipe for Suvie.