Pulled Pork


Pulled Pork Recipe

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Pulled Pork Recipe

This easy pulled pork recipe is the perfect lunch companion. Especially on a Monday where you spent most of the morning trying to get to work. My wife usually makes pulled pork from leftover oven roast pork on Sundays, but this recipe uses shoulder pork, and nog leg, or butt.


I enjoy using shoulder pork in this easy pulled pork recipe. It is quicker to oven roast and in my opinion, the meat is more tender. It is the perfect cut for pulled pork and tastes delicious as a pulled pork sandwich or on a bread roll. A lunch made in heaven. It is filling too.

The delicious slow cooked meat from this pork casserole recipe can be used to make perfect pulled pork for any occasion.


Pulled pork is pork cooked slowly over low heat until the pork is tender enough to be pulled into strips, often prepared with a barbecue sauce. For this recipe, I have used the oven approach, and not a slow cooker, as many people do. The ingredients I use make the pork tender and easy to shred or cut into strips. It also tastes better on a bun or bread roll.


My wife also uses the leftover pulled pork in a salad. She has the watercress-based salad she makes, and this pulled pork tastes excellent with the salad. I think it is because of the almost mustard flavor of the watercress, that it combines so well with the pulled pork. Mustard and pork are good friends.


I have a few variations of this easy pulled pork recipe. The one I have shared here is in my opinion, the best for sandwiches, or on a bread roll. The other version, where I bake the pork in a honey mustard mixture, is a good option for adding to a salad. If the demand, for the honey mustard version of this easy pulled pork recipe, increases, then I will be willing to create and share the honey mustard version as well.


Please let me know if you would like me to share the honey mustard version of this easy pulled pork recipe as well.


Thanks, and enjoy this recipe


Recipe Info


Yield

Serves: 8

Nutrition

Calories: 314
Carbs: 9g
Fat: 12g
Protein: 34g

Cooking Times


15 min
Preparation Time
0 Hours and 15 Minutes
240 min
Cook Time
4 Hours and 0 Minutes
255 min
Total Time
4 Hours and 15 Minutes

Preparation


Ingredients

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 150°C
  2. Combine all the dry spices in a mixing bowl and mix well
  3. Prepare a large ovenproof casserole dish with cooking spray
  4. Rub the pork chops thoroughly with the mixed dry ingredients and arrange the pork shoulder chops in the prepared ovenproof casserole dish. Pour the coke around the pork in the ovenproof casserole. Cover and bake for three hours. Remove the lid and bake for another hour, until the pork is tender and pulls apart easily
  5. Remove from the oven and shred the meat. Use the pulled pork for the purpose you intended. Enjoy!

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Louis Mehr
Way to go! Love this easy pulled pork recipe. It is perfect for a Sunday and roasts away on its way to tenderness. Brilliant recipe folks. Cheers 🍷🥂 5.00

Nola Thomas
I am serious when I say this is the best-pulled pork recipe out there. Great work with putting it all together. The pork 🥩🥩🥓 meat is tender and juicy and delicious. Fantastic recipe. Love it ❤️ 5.00

Helen Necker
Five stars do not do this pulled pork 🥓🥓 recipe justice, I will give it ten stars if the option was available. Here you go ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5.00

David Miller
I am always on the road, travelling to the unknown. It is always good to have something from home with me. This pulled pork recipe is the perfect travel companion. Thanks for sharing. It is a great recipe. 5.00

Neville Harding
Great and easy pulled pork recipe. The ingredients are great. I almost feel like a professional chef is sitting behind this recipe. Thanks for this recipe. It is delicious. 5.00

Andrew Cummins
Pork is destined to be delicious, The name of this recipe does not do it justice. It is a fantastic pulled pork recipe. 5.00

Naomi Shetler
This is the best and easiest pulled pork recipe I have tried. The pork is tender and juicy. Love it. Tremendous recipe. Thanks for sharing. 5.00

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