These pulled pork sliders are perfect to serve a large crowd on game day! A pork shoulder roast is pressure cooked until tender and covered with a tangy and sweet barbecue sauce. Once shredded, the pork is placed onto a soft Hawaiian roll slider bun and topped with a crispy sweet potato fry and a dollop of chili mayo sauce.
Trim as much of the fat from the pork shoulder as possible. If you bought a bone-in roast, trim the fat and slice the roast into large chucks (discard the bone).
Rub the pork with the garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper and salt. Place into an electric pressure cooker and cover with the chicken broth. Cook on manual for 52 minutes.
Halfway through, bake the sweet potato fries according to package directions.
In a small bowl, whisk together the mayo, sweet chili sauce, and Thai chili paste.
When the pork is done, use quick release on your pressure cooker. Remove the pork and shred (Pro tip: place pork in a stand mixer bowl and use a paddle attachment for quick shredding!). Pour in the barbeque sauce and mix well.
To assemble: Place a couple tablespoons of meat mixture onto each roll. Top with a crispy sweet potato fry and a dollop of sweet chili mayo. Thread a couple pickle slices onto a toothpick and insert into the top of the roll.