This is a very simple, very yummy crock pot recipe. 2 ingredients and some sub rolls or flour tortillas and it's time to eat! If you like Pepperoncini's (or I guess at Subway they call them Banana Peppers) you will enjoy this! Just one note - If you like it spicier either add more peppers to the pot or make it a day ahead of when you will serve it. I noticed that any leftovers we ate a day or two later were much spicer. My family loves this and it is great to take to pot lucks!
1Put what ever size boneles Pork Roast in you Crock Pot, set on LOW. Pour the juice from the jar of pepperoncini peppers into the crock pot. (12 oz jar works for 2 to 3 lb roast) Pull or cut the stems off the peppers and add them to the crock pot. (They will squirt juice so I do this over the crock pot).
2Put the lid on and forget it. When I get home from work (6 to 8 hours later) all I have to do is shred the pork right in the crock pot, making sure to shred up the peppers too and cover it and keep it warm until we are ready to dish it up.
3We usually serve this on sub rolls, but we have also rolled it up in flour tortillas with some grated cheese.