Mr H’s Pulled Pork {Tasty Tuesdays}

This was our Sunday evening meal. Delicious. Mouth watering. Scrummy.

It’s the type of food which gets your taste buds flowing. The type of food that I see being sold on the street food stalls during my lunch break in Manchester.

It comes with a little kick, by that I mean heat. It can be eaten with a number of different accompaniments. Mr H kept it simple and served it with a wholemeal bun and fresh crisp coleslaw. You could also serve it with new potatoes and a side salad.


Tasty Tuesdays


Mr H’s Pulled Pork

Ingredients: A shoulder of pork and a jar of ‘Dunns River’ Jerk Seasoning (it’s that simple!)

Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Cooking Time: 5 1/2 hours, low and slow


Marinate the pork shoulder over night in the Dunns River Jerk Seasoning (remember to cover with foil)

Remove from the fridge 1-hour before cooking to allow the meat to come to room temperature

Pre heat the oven to maximum temperature

Pop the meat (uncovered) in the oven at full temperature for 30 minutes

Add 1 ‘mug’ of water to the dish, tightly seal with foil and return to the oven

 Reduce the heat to 150 for 5 hours

Check regularly to ensure the water doesn’t dry, this juice will become a delicious sauce (very spicy so use sparingly)

Ping. Allow the meat to rest briefly before shredding

So there you have it, Mr H’s Pulled Pork, Low and Slow. A ridiculously easy summer meal. Minimum preparation time. Minimal fuss. A pop it in the oven and forget about it kind of dish. Let me know if you try it or if you have any other summer recipes like this one?





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