An easy meal kit for making delicious pulled pork at home! This one's the mild type, so if you're not very into hot flavors, but looove you some good pulled pork, then this one's for you! This set includes pork shoulder loin, which is fattier than the loin part. It's also got the mild flavored BBQ sauce in there, but you'll still get a good BBQ flavor from it!
Pulled pork is often thought to be a tough dish to make, so we're hoping that this set will get you through some hurdles. Simply simmer the pork on medium heat for 1-2 hours and season. Simple enough, right?
1.Cut the pork into 4 equal parts.
2. After cutting, rub the spice on the meat well, then wrap it in clear wrap and let it rest for about 30mins.-1 hour. (If you don't have time, you can just cook the meat immediately.)
3. After the meat has rested, place the meat in a frying pan or skillet without any gaps in between and add 400 ml of water.
4.Cover and simmer on low to medium heat for about 1.5 to 2 hours. (Occasionally open the lid to check on the meat.)
5.When the water has almost completely evaporated, it's done! Add BBQ sauce to the dish, then loosen the meat with a fork to complete!
*Adjust the amount of BBQ sauce to your liking.
Sandwich it between hotdog/burger buns, or even pita bread!
It's delicious even when it's cold, so it's also great for fresh spring rolls and sandwiches. Also for outdoor picnics!
Of course, you can also just enjoy it as is, or as a snack paired with your drink of choice! Let us know your favorite way to enjoy this delicious soul food.
THE MEAT GUY'S ORIGINAL "REAL" BARBECUE SAUCE MILD
The Meat Guy's original BBQ sauce now has a mild version! The base ingredients of the sauce are the same, but we've toned down the smoky flavor on this one and made it a bit sweeter using a blend of apple and pear juice. For those who prefer their sauces more on the sweet side instead of spicy, this one's for you! This sauce goes well with fries, nuggets, beef, pork, chicken, and whatever else you can think of!
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging, and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫≫here.≪≪