Difference between revisions of "Mexican Pulled Pork"

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As this is an experiment I had 1.4kg of [[pork shoulder]] and got the butcher to cut it into three slices.  This is what I did with the second slice.
 
As this is an experiment I had 1.4kg of [[pork shoulder]] and got the butcher to cut it into three slices.  This is what I did with the second slice.
  
While I could use the [[Marinade|marinade]] alone, I like to make my recipes my own.  For this I added half an [[Orange|orange]], sliced; some chopped [[Onion|onion]], muscavado [[Sugar|sugar]] and some [[White wine|white wine]].
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While I could use the [[Taste Sensation Mexican seasoning]] alone, I like to make my recipes my own.  For this I added half an [[Orange|orange]], sliced; some chopped [[Onion|onion]], muscavado [[Sugar|sugar]] and some [[White wine|white wine]].
  
 
I hope Adrienne and Martin enjoy it as much as we did!
 
I hope Adrienne and Martin enjoy it as much as we did!
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| 500g [[Pork shoulder|pork shoulder]]
 
| 500g [[Pork shoulder|pork shoulder]]
| 2 tablespoons taste Sensation [[Mexican]] seasoning
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| 2 tablespoons [[Taste Sensation Mexican seasoning]]
 
| 1 large [[Red onion|red onion]], chopped
 
| 1 large [[Red onion|red onion]], chopped
 
| Half a large [[Orange|orange]], sliced with the rind left on
 
| Half a large [[Orange|orange]], sliced with the rind left on

Latest revision as of 16:31, 10 January 2020


Mexican Pulled Pork
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Servings:Serves 2
Calories per serving:836
Ready in:8 hours, 15 minutes
Prep. time:15 minutes
Cook time:8 hours
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:8th December 2019
The basic ingredients for the Mexican Pulled Pork

I am trying out lots of marinades from Taste Sensation Ltd. I bought some from Amazon and was so impressed, I arranged for them to send me more samples to try.

As this is an experiment I had 1.4kg of pork shoulder and got the butcher to cut it into three slices. This is what I did with the second slice.

While I could use the Taste Sensation Mexican seasoning alone, I like to make my recipes my own. For this I added half an orange, sliced; some chopped onion, muscavado sugar and some white wine.

I hope Adrienne and Martin enjoy it as much as we did!


Ingredients

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Method

  1. Remove any string and excess fat or rind from the pork
  2. Coat both sides of the pork with the Taste Sensation Mexican seasoning
  3. Line the slow cooker with the chopped onions and half of the orange slices
  4. Lay the pork on to and cover with the remaining orange slices
  5. Pour the white wine into the base of the slow cooker
  6. Slow cook on medium for eight hours or so
  7. Check halfway through to ensure it is not drying out and add a little extra liquid if needed.
  8. Remove the rind and drain and excess fat with a paper towel
  9. Shred the pork into the gravy and serve!


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