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FutureStarrPulled Porks Recipe
The easiest pulled pork recipe you'll ever make. No tricky measurements involved, minimal ingredients and a mouth-watering smoky barbecue result (Source: www.bbcgoodfood.com)
This easy Pulled Pork recipe is made with pork shoulder (or butt), pantry spices and coke to tenderize the meat and add sweetness to the seasonings. The result if perfect, tender and juicy pork cooked in the oven, slow cooker or instant pot! (Source: tastesbetterfromscratch.com)
tastesbetterfromscratch.com)Trim fat: To make pulled pork you will want to buy a pork shoulder (sometimes called pork butt or Boston butt) roast. I prefer boneless, but you could buy bone-in. Trim pork of excess fat and cut it into 4 pieces. Combine spices in a small bowl and rub all over the pork. (This can be done the night before).
If you’re wanting to estimate how much pulled pork you should make for a party or event you should keep these two general rules in mind: (Source: tastesbetterfromscratch.com)
tastesbetterfromscratch.com)To reheat in the Oven (preferred): Preheat oven to 250°F. Add the pork and leftover juices to an oven safe container (add water, apple juice or broth to the meat if it’s too dry). Cover with aluminum foil and cook for 20-30 minutes or until warmed through to 165°F.
www.delish.com)Everyone needs a good pulled-pork recipe, and this, my friends, is the BEST. Insanely tender and loaded with barbecue flavor, you'll dream about it (sandwiched between a soft potato bun) often. And that's okay, considering how easy it is to make.
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How to make the best slow cooker pulled pork that’s perfect for sandwiches, salads, and tacos. For a quicker version, we have also shared how to make this pulled pork using a pressure cooker (like an Instant Pot). Jump to the Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Recipe
After skimming the cooking liquid, place it back into the slow cooker. Then simply shred the pork — I just use two forks to do it. Since it’s so tender, the pork literally will fall apart on you. (Source: www.inspiredtaste.net)
Bring out your inner BBQ master with this Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork recipe. Just 10 easy minutes of prep, and then let the slow cooker do most of the work for you. Once the pork roast is cooked and tender, shred it up and choose your level of spice by adding in your family's favorite BBQ sauce for delicious smoky or spicy pulled pork that makes you the kitchen hero. (Source: www.bettycrocker.com)
Cooked low and slow, there’s nothing quite like truly great pulled pork, and this pulled pork recipe is the very best we’ve ever made! Plus, this recipe works in the oven, slow-cooker, or Instant Pot! (Source: themodernproper.com)
The simple answer is that the very best pork for pulled pork is boneless pork shoulder. Here’s where it gets complicated. Pork shoulder is a term that can be a little more vague than you may realize, because it refers to a “primal cut” of pork, meaning a large piece of the pig that is cut off during butchering and then typically broken down into smaller, “sub-primal” cuts, each with a different name (though all coming from the shoulder). All of which is to say that, while you do want meat from the pork shoulder, the best piece of the shoulder meat for making pulled pork is the “pork butt”. We know— it’s called butt, but it’s a cut of meat that comes from the pig’s shoulder. It’s confusing. But it is what it is, and now you know! So the TL;DR is that to make the best ever pulled pork you want to ask your butcher for pork butt, which is a cut of pork that comes from the shoulder of a pig. FYI, sometimes pork butt is labeled “Boston butt” or even “pork shoulder roast”. Now you’re ready to head to the butcher, and start making some pulled pork!
Our tasty, tender and slow-cooked pulled pork recipes are sure to have you licking your lips. We've got classic pulled pork recipes, some scrumptious fruity and spicy variations and, for later in the week, check out our leftover pulled pork recipes.