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I made pulled pork as part of my Bank Holiday weekend as a Morrisons Mum.

This recipe is AMAZING, even if I do say so myself!  It’s sort of a cross between my ‘Oven Faked BBQ Chicken’ recipe and the super authentic recipe gifted to me by my work mate Jenna.  Jenna is an actual American 😉 so is much more of an authority on barbecue recipes than I’ll ever be.  It was she who suggested adding whisky and dill and even a magical possibly imaginary ingredient called liquid smoke!

I couldn’t find liquid smoke, so once the hard work had been done by the oven, I finished the dish off with the real stuff in the barbecue.

pulled pork recipe

This is kind of a recipe of three parts and I really hope it makes sense to you!

STEP ONE:

You will Need:

A 2 kilo joint of pork.  (Jenna recommended something with a bone but the boneless shoulder joints looked so nice, we went with one of those)

Whisky (1 cup)

1 tablespoons onion powder

1 tablespoons garlic powder

3/4 cup brown sugar

teaspoon of smoked paprika

A pinch of cayenne pepper

A splash of Worcestershire sauce

1/2 cup white wine vinegar

pork joint and marinade

Method:

  • Combine all of the above ingredients
  • Rinse your meat and make lots of small holes with a sharp knife.
  • Place in an oven proof dish, fat side up.
  • C0ver in the mixture
  • Allow to rest over night.

STEP TWO

You Will Need:

1 cup of whisky

2 cups passata (sieved tomatoes)

2 teaspoon yellow American mustard 

1/2 cup apple sauce

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 cup ketchup

fresh dill

Finely chopped onion

A splash of worcestershire sauce

Method:

  • Turn your oven up to the highest temperature.
  • Put the pork in the oven and cook for a few minuted until the meat begins to colour.

pulled pork recipe

  • Combine all the above ingredients in a pan and cook gently over a low heat.

bbq sauce

  • Turn the oven down to a low-medium heat.
  • Pour half of the sauce over the pork and cover with foil.
  • Return to the oven and cook for at least 4 hours, basting regularly.The meat is ready when it is easily pulled apart.

STEP THREE

Method:

  • Shred the pork.

pulled pork recipe

  • Cover with the remaining sauce and mix well.
  • Cook on the barbecue until piping hot.

pulled pork

  • Serve immediately.

I’m not exaggerating when I say that this is the best pulled pork I’ve ever eaten.  It went down even better than the steak and that’s saying something in our family.  We ate it with applesauce and potato salad.

I’m considering making some of this barbecue sauce to bottle, I’ll let you know how it goes 🙂

Love Rachel

x

PS.  Cheers Jenna!!!

 

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  • Alexandra Sarah Robinson

    I know this is probably a really silly question, but when you say “shred the pork”, what exactly do you do?! I’ve never made pork, pulled or otherwise!!! I really am clueless!! Looks delicious though x

    • VintageFolly

      You literally get a couple of forks and pull the meat apart until it has the consistency of the last picture (except the last picture has had more sauce and cooking since being shredded but I’m sure you see what I mean). If you’re brace you can go in with your fingers but it is hot!!!

  • kat

    Looks amazing! Well trying this x

    • VintageFolly

      You definitely should!!