If you have leftover pulled pork in the fridge, you can skip slow cooking the pork and jump right to making the sliders.
To prepare the pulled pork:
Place pork in slow cooker. ***Place the pork in fatty side up to let the fat flavor drip into the meat.***
Cover pork with all dry ingredients.
Pour the pineapple juice around the pork.
Cover the slow cooker and cook on low for 8-10 hours or until the pork is shreddable.
Shred the pork and then make the sliders.
Make the sliders:
Preheat the oven to 350º Fahrenheit.
Line a baking sheet with foil or parchment paper.
In a small bowl, mix together the melted butter, seeds, garlic, brown sugar, soy sauce and ginger. Whisk well.
In a medium bowl, combine the pulled pork and barbecue sauce. Mix well. You can skip this step if it already has bbq sauce on it.
Use a large serrated knife to slice the rolls in half, separating the tops from the bottoms. Place the bottom of the rolls onto the prepared baking pan.
Brush a few tablespoons of the butter mixture onto the bottom of the rolls.
Layer the pulled pork over the rolls.
Sprinkle the pineapple tidbits over the pork.
Top with sliced pepper jack cheese
Place the tops of the rolls onto the sandwiches.
Brush the remaining butter mixture evenly over the rolls.
Cover the rolls loosely with foil.
Bake in the preheated oven until the rolls are lightly browned and the cheese has melted, about 20 minutes. Then uncover and bake another 3-5 minutes to brown.
Slice into individual slider sandwiches through the pork and cheese layers to serve.
Top with coleslaw, cabbage or french fried onions, if desired.
Refer to the article above for more tips and tricks.The calories shown are based on the recipe making 12 sandwiches, with 1 serving being 1 sandwich. Since different brands of ingredients have different nutritional information, the calories shown are just an estimate. **We are not dietitians and recommend you seek a nutritionist for exact nutritional information. The information in the nutrition box are calculated through a program and there is room for error. If you need an accurate count, I recommend running the ingredients through your favorite nutrition calculator.**