Yesterday’s cooking adventure was a success! Made a slightly crisp shredded pork also known as pulled pork for dinner. If you don’t know this yet, I really enjoy being in the kitchen, it’s very soothing at the same time challenging. It takes away any minor/major stresses of everyday life. At least that’s the effect on me. Every time I try a new recipe or experiment something in the kitchen, the husband is always my ultimate judge. I always ask B if the food is worth a repeat or not. So, if the recipe made it to this blog, it means the husband tagged it as — worth a repeat. 🙂 Really lucky B loves to try my cooking, so no waste of food at all. Haha!
This is how the pork normally looks like after being in the InstantPot for 35 minutes, this has been completely mixed with olive oil and meat juice ready for broiling. Complete recipe and instructions at the end of this post. 😉
I prefer lining my pan with parchment paper than aluminum foil. Aside from the fact that it’s convenient during cleaning, I also notice that pork tend to stick to the foil than to a parchment paper.
And after 10-15 minutes of broiling, my little self couldn’t resist, had to try a small piece! Nam! Nam! 😀
Crisp Shredded Pork
Last night’s dinner was this crisp shredded pork served with rice. Both B and I came to a final verdict — very tasty and flavorful.
Recipe is below and here are the tools needed:
- InstantPot Pressure Cooker — a slow cooker can be an alternative but it takes longer for the pork to fall apart, maybe 4-8 hours
- Baking Pan & Parchment Paper
Let me know if you tried this and tag me here or on social media. Happy Cooking! xoxo.