What to look for in a slow cooker pulled pig recipe
Posted October 12, 2018 07:07:38 A few weeks ago I had a chance to make slow cooker pork and had some questions that I didn’t know about how to prepare it.
I’m a seasoned pork cook and have been doing them for years, so I know what to look out for.
So I set out to try and find the best slow cooker recipe for pulled pork.
I started by searching for recipes online.
There were several recipes online that were very similar to mine, so when I found one that had pulled pork on the side, I was pretty happy.
When I started to look at the ingredients, I realized there was a big difference between a pork shoulder and a pork roast.
A pork shoulder is cooked to a tender point, and is then left to sit in the slow cooker for a few hours to soften up.
It’s a really simple recipe, and it’s perfect for a quick lunch or dinner.
A good slow cooker will give you a pork belly that’s tender, juicy and juicy.
The meat has been tenderized in the cooking process and the fat has been rendered out.
That fat has turned into tenderloin, which is the same meat that’s often called pork shoulder or pork butt.
Pork belly can be easily substituted for pork butt, which has a more flavorful flavor.
Here’s the recipe I used for the pulled pork I had on hand.
This is a great recipe to try out for a weeknight meal.
The recipe comes together in about an hour, and the ingredients are pretty simple to follow.
This slow cooker version is good for a family dinner, but it can be done ahead of time if you want a quick meal.
I like to make it for a potluck, which will make it even easier to enjoy later.