5 October 2020
Perfect Pulled Pork
Pulled pork has taken the nation by storm, but did you know that it can be easily made at home? Keep reading for recipes, how-to guide and ideas for leftovers or browse the full pulled pork collection.
One pot, 5 ingredients (or less)
It couldn’t be easier – minimal prep, all ingredients in one pot in the oven (or slow cooker) and left to do its magic. No need for long shopping lists either, our latest recipes need only 5 ingredients or less.
Pulled pork for brunch, lunch and dinner
Pulled pork is the perfect choice for dinner table centrepieces to tasty fillings for your jacket potatoes and paninis. We’ve picked a few recipes to keep midweek meals interesting.
How to cook perfect pulled pork
Rub the prepared pork shoulder joint with herbs and spices for extra flavour. Pour the liquid ingredients around the joint in your foil-lined tin or slow cooker.
Cover tightly with foil and cook low and slow for around 6 hours at 150°C in your oven. Alternatively, omit the foil and cook in a slow cooker for 4-6 hours on HIGH or 8-10 hours on LOW.
Remove from oven still wrapped up and let rest in its juices for 20 mins. Then pull apart with two forks for the tastiest, tender pulled pork. For serving ideas have a look at our collection page.
How to cook pulled pork with Jamie Coleman
Jamie Coleman, former Gordon Ramsay chef, and now Head Chef in the south, shows how to cook a simple but delicious Pulled Pork recipe. This is an easy way to make a fantastic family meal, ideal any time of year. It’s an impressive main course, and also provides tasty left-overs that you can use in a variety of other dishes too.
Leftover pulled pork recipes
What’s the best thing about cooking pulled pork at home? Arguably it’s that one pork shoulder makes absolutely loads. So for convenient and budget-friendly family meals take a look of how you can get the most out of your pulled pork…