Pork shoulder is full of flavour, inexpensive and great for roasting. We have loads of pork shoulder recipes, including roasts, but also slow cooker pork shoulder, BBQ pork shoulder and lots more.
The onset of winter nights has had me craving a good spicy stew. And for me it comes no better than a Spanish style stew - using pork shoulder steaks is a great alternative to loin, fillet or chops and they really take to stewing as a method of cooking. The simplicity of this dish is amazing.
A tamale is a Mexican and Native American dish consisting of a soft cornmeal (masa) dough filled with meat, cheese or vegetables, then steamed. This recipe is for a flavourful pork filling. If you are making your own tamale dough, you may want to reserve 250ml of the stock before draining - it makes delicious tamales. You can always use this pork filling for tacos, burritos or enchiladas, as well.
Perk up pork with an overnight spicy-citrus marinade. Lightly toasting the cumin seeds and peppercorns in a dry pan turns up the heat on this full-flavoured roast. Serve with black beans and rice for a true Cuban-inspired meal.
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.
This started off as an experiment as I had bought some pork shoulder at the butcher's but I wanted something with lots of sauce and some spice! It turned out so well that I decided to share it! Serve with rice and broccoli or bok choy.