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Easy BBQ Pulled Pork

Updated: May 25, 2023




Want to make your own BBQ pulled pork but can't be fussed with the hassle? This cheats recipe is ideal for those in a rush, without scrimping on flavour. Try this recipe with chicken breast or brisket too!


Use this tasty meat to top burgers, baked potatoes, loaded fries or even throw into a sandwich or wrap!


With three methods - for oven, BBQ & slow cooker.




Recipe


Ingredients

  • Boneless shoulder of pork - 1.5-2kg

  • Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade (meat rub) - 200g

  • Mississippi BBQ sauce (original / sweet & mild / sweet & spicy / sweet apple)

  • Cola or Diet cola - 1 pint


Method (Oven)

  1. Score the meat joint all over, run under water & massage in meat rub until fully covered - with this recipe, you cannot use too much of the rub, ensure that it is well covered!

  2. Add the pork to a large casserole dish & pour the cola around it, cover with a lid or foil and cook at 150C (130C fan / gas 2) for 4-6 hours, checking & turning every few hours to ensure the meat stays moist.

  3. Take the meat out of the liquid & leave it aside - shred the meat using two forks.

  4. Add the BBQ sauce to the remaining liquid & mix well, add the pork back into the dish & mix till covered.

Method (Slow Cooker)

  1. Score the meat joint all over, run under water & massage in meat rub until fully covered - with this recipe, you cannot use too much of the rub, ensure that it is well covered!

  2. In the slow cooker, combine the cola & BBQ sauce and mix well, add in the pork joint, cover and cook on low for 8 hours - if you can, turn the meat every few hours (this is not needed)

  3. Shred the meat using two forks & mix well.

Method (BBQ)

  1. Score the meat joint all over, run under water & massage in meat rub until fully covered - with this recipe, you cannot use too much of the rub, ensure that it is well covered!

  2. Place the meat fat side down on a heated BBQ, close the lid and allow to cook for approx 2 hours per kg of meat - half way through, wrap the pork in foil and return to the grill for the remaining cooking time (this ensures the outside doesn't burn).

  3. Try using woodchips to add a smoked flavour!



Nutritional Values per finished product:

Full nutritional values available on site.

Approx 265 Kcal per 100g pulled pork*

Approx 2/S per 100g pulled pork*


*Calculated using boneless pork shoulder joint & diet cola / try using chicken breast or gammon joint for a lower calorie & 1/S alternative.


Product Links:









Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade


A rich, sweet sticky marinade with a subtle chilli kick - ideal for pulled pork & BBQ recipes.

 








Mississippi BBQ Sauce - Original - 510g


 









Mississippi BBQ Sauce - Sweet & Mild - 510g


 









Mississippi BBQ Sauce - Sweet & Spicy - 510g

 









Mississippi BBQ Sauce - Sweet Apple - 510g

 

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