Pulled Pork

Pulled Pork #AchieveLazy

Are there some things that you eat when you’re out but never seem to eat at home?  Pulled Pork is certainly something that Daddy P and I often have when we’re out and about.  But I hold my hands up, I’ve never tried it at home, and in fact Monkey has never tried it full stop.  We were recently asked if we’d like to take part in the #AchieveLazy campaign with Love Pork, it seemed like the perfect time to change our eating habits!

Pulled Pork

We received a wonderful hamper with a pork shoulder joint, and a booklet full of tasty recipes (these can be found on the Love Pork website).  I’m a big fan of paprika so I decided to try the Paprika Pulled Pork last week as an end of term treat.

The recipe was easy to follow, you do just need to plan out your time as it takes about 6 hours from start to finish. But boy was it worth the wait.  Oh wow!

The Paprika Pulled Pork was so succulent, it really tasted wonderful served in a roll with coleslaw and a side salad.  Monkey was converted from the first bite and Daddy P and I got to share the crackling – that was scrummy too.

We all agreed that Pulled Park needs to be on the menu more at home now.  There was enough of the meat left for us to have in a Pulled Pork Ragu the next day (again, you can find the recipe on the Love Pork website).  I know a few friends that use their slow cookers for Pulled Pork so I will definitely by trying that after our holidays.

Do you cook Pulled Pork?   I’d love to hear your recipes.

disclaimer:  we were provided with the hamper shown and will be compensated for this post, in exchange for an honest review.

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2 thoughts on “Pulled Pork #AchieveLazy

  1. I love making pulled pork. I usually make a bbq sauce for our left over pork joint on a Sunday to make dinner on Monday.

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