豚肩ロース (ポークカラー) ブロック 1kg
Dream WeaverJon2024/02/02性別: Male年代: 40 - 49As someone else mentioned, this cut makes for an out of control pulled pork! I use the slow cooker and for me at least the pulled pork I get turns out better than any barbecue restaurant I've ever had! My daughter agrees. But she has never been to a barbecue restaurant, so take her opinion with a grain of salt.
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Do recommend for pulled porkTara2023/02/23Another great cut. Got some amazing pulled pork out of it that’ll stretch over many meals. A bit time consuming but very cost efficient.
Rub the bugger with a mix of smoked paprika, cayenne, garlic powder, onion powder, brown sugar, crushed mustard seeds, powdered hickory smoke, cumin, a bit of cinnamon and salt & pepper.
Seal and let it rest in the fridge for a day.
Next day, sear quickly on all sides, transfer to a casserole dish, add about 250-300 ml of cola or apple juice, cover with foil and let it cook at 140c for 3-4 hours. Remove foil, baste and cook uncovered for another hour. Let it rest for a bit and then pull the bugger apart.
It turned out so juicy. It’s incredibly versatile too. I just portioned the absolute mound of pulled pork it provided in 5 zippy bags and chucked them in the freezer for future use. Pairs well with buns, flatbreads, rice, mashed tatties, veggies, pasta bakes… Absolutely anything.
Also got some amazing sweet and spicy stock from it that can go into rice or mash or pasta dishes.
Really happy with this one. Will definitely buy again.
ExcellentMari2017/11/08This is perfect for slowcooking. I made pulled pork: Just roughly rub maybe 1/2 handful of salt/black pepper mix. Then chop one onion and one whole garlic, place in the bottom of the crockpot. Meat on top. Then I added dijon mustard and brown sauce (similar to HP sauce, found from Kaldi) on top, added some chicken stock and coke (maybe 1 liter in total) and cooked overnight. In the morning, I removed the liquid, shredded the meat and added more brown sauce and mustard. Then cooked about 3 more hours in crockpot. It was PERFECT! Will definitely order this again.
-Guest2017/10/18Very reasonably priced and a fantastic piece of meat for all sorts of purposes. I've made Char Siu, pulled pork, and even used it to grind my own sausages before I realized it was a whole lot easier to buy Meat Guy ground sausage... but still. You can also make great roasts win them.