Smokey Pulled Pork

April 28, 2017 0 Comments

Smokey Pulled Pork

Pulled pork down right is a winner for any meat lover. Rich in iron, lean and oh so tasty you can enjoy pulled pork in a slider, taco or as a main with some roast vegetables and slaw. I like to make a big batch of pulled pork from time to time and enjoy over the next couple of days. If you have a slow cooker, it's literally a matter of putting a roast shoulder in, rubbing it all over with spices, turning the slow cooker on and enjoying when it's ready.

Smokey Pulled Pork

Time: Overnight |  Serves: 4


1kg Pork shoulder
1 brown onion,roughly chopped
4 cloves of garlic, roughly chopped

Spice Mix

2 tbs ground cumin
2 tbs smoked paprika
2 tbs maple syrup
1 tsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp fine sea salt
1 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1 tsp dried oregano


Combine spice mix ingredients in a bowl and rub all over the pork shoulder. 

Place pork in slow cooker with chopped onion and garlic and cook on low temperature for 8-12hrs until the meat is falling apart.

Remove pork from slow cooker and transfer to a serving plate. Using two forks, pull the meat apart until it all looks shredded.

Fill your home made tortillas with pulled pork, topped with a rainbow salad and guacamole.



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