These pork recipes are delicious and easy to prepare. Great dishes to serve with family and friends.
Roast Pork Shoulder Recipe
8 Tablespoons Dried Cilantro½ Cup Real Orange Juice ½ Cup Real Lime Juice1 ½ Tablespoons of Minced Garlic 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil 2 Tablespoons of Salt 1 Teaspoon of Coarse Black Pepper •In a large sealable plastic bag, combine the cilantro, orange and lime juices, garlic, oregano, olive oil, salt and pepper. •Add the pork shoulder and seal the bag. •Turn the bag around and over to coat the pork roast with all the ingredients. •Put the bag in a large baking dish and refrigerate the pork overnight. •Turn the bag atleast once to continue to coat the meat. •Take the pork out of the refrigerator and coat with more salt and pepper. •Let sit at room temperature for one hour. •Preheat the grill or oven to 400°. •Roast the pork with the fat side up for 1 hour. •Lower the temperature to 300° and roast for another 4 hours. •Remove from the heat and let rest for 30 minutes. •Chop up the fat top into bite size pieces, and slice, shred or pull apart the pork. •Great as an entree, made into burritos, or tacos, or add some barbecue sauce for some delicious pulled pork sandwiches.
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Hawaiian Pineapple Pulled Pork Tacos Recipe
Deliciously smoked pulled pork pellet grill recipe that is perfect for tacos, burritos, sandwiches and more. 1 Cup of Brown Sugar 1/4 Cup of ground coffee 1 Tablespoons of Sweet Smoked Paprika 1 Tablespoon of Chilli Powder 2 Tablespoon of Granulated Onion 1/4 Cup of Granulated Garlic 1 Tablespoon of Cayenne Pepper 1/4 Cup of Coarse Ground Black Pepper1/4 Cup of Coarse Sea Salt Yellow Mustard Pineapple Juice •Mix all dry ingredients together to make the dry rub. •Coat pork meat in yellow mustard to let the dry rub stick nicely. •Let sit at room temperature for 30 minutes. •Fire up the pellet grill and set on super smoke setting if available or smoke at lower temprature for the first three hours. •Add a smoker tube if you want more smoke flavor. •Add pork meat to smoker, and smoke on this low setting for three hours. •After three hours, turn the smoker temperature up to 225 degrees. •At four hours into the cook, spritz with pineapple juice every hour until done. •Cook until the meat probe shows your pork internal temperature is at 203 degrees. •Total cook time is about 15 hours. •Once the meat is cooked, take it off the grill and double wrap it in aluminum foil. •Place in room temperature oven, or cooler (room temp, no ice). •This allows the meat to soak the juices back up instead of all that delicious goodness draining away. •This keeps the meat hot, at a safe temperature. •Let it rest for one to two hours. •Shred the pork meat fully, and add your favorite bbq sauce.•Add some more pineapple juice to give it some additional sweet hawaiian delicious flavor. My favorite way to eat pulled pork is in taco or burrito form. If you plan to make tacos, or burriots, I make mine into a taco bar for my family to enjoy and make them the way each of them like them. I serve mine with a nice bowl of black beans, and sweet corn cake. My Taco Ingredients: Warm Corn or Flour Tortillas Pulled Pork Cubed Pineapple Chunks Cilantro Red Cabbage Shredded Cheese Pickled Jalapenos Limes Sliced Into Wedges Pico De Gallo Diced Tomatoes Sour cream Onions Butter Chip Pickles (specifically for pulled pork tacos) To complete the meal I like to make some black beans, and Sweet Corn Cake. This meal is delicious, and a big hit in my family. I hope you enjoy it too. Also, take a look at our Flat Top Grill and Pellet Grill Pages, and our Amazing Cookware Page.
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