Pulled pork is an American favourite - slow cooked pork in a sweet and spicy sauce, traditionally served on fluffy buns. Make pulled pork for a casual weekend get together and serve on baps with coleslaw for something irresistible!
This succulent pork is sweet, savoury and totally delicious. Shoulder pork is marinated, then cooked in a slow cooker with root beer, seasonings and barbecue sauce. When served in a burger bun - it's perfection on a plate.
Mouth-watering, tender pork cooked in a slow cooker and served with barbecue sauce. An American favourite, serve on floury baps with coleslaw and crisps.
My family often requests this for family gatherings. I originally got a recipe from the NC Pork Council and tweaked it to make it my own.
This pork is succulent and packed full of flavour. Pork shoulder is slowly cooked in a sweetened and spiced vinegar. The resulting pork is so tender, it can be pulled apart with little effort. Use as a sandwich filler or serve with rice or mashed potatoes. It's the perfect comfort food for the cold winter months.
I cook the pork and onions in stock in a slow cooker and leave it on low all day while I'm at work. Then all you have to do is make the sauce when you get home in the evening. Serve with rolls and coleslaw. Sometimes I serve it over pasta.