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Impress With Less Stress Meals (part 2) - The Vicar’s Pulled Pork

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The Vicar’s Pulled Pork

Ingredients

·         2tsp ground cumin

·         2tsp smoked paprika

·         2tbsp tomato ketchup

·         1tbsp runny honey

·         Zest and juice of 1 large orange

·         1.5kg boneless pork shoulder, or 2 smaller joints

·         1 large onion, peeled and finely sliced

·         Soft buns, to serve

Recipe

·         Pre-heat the oven to 170°C/ Gas 3. Mix the cumin, smoked paprika, ketchup, honey and zest of the orange together in a bowl.

·         Cut the fat off the pork and rub all over with the paste. Place onto a bed of the sliced onions in a deep ovenproof pan, or casserole dish, then pour over the orange juice and 100ml water. Put a lid on and roast for at least 2 hrs. Check it a couple of times, it may need some boiled water as it cooks, to prevent the onions from burning.

·         When ready, remove the pork from the pan to a plate and cover with foil. Heat the liquid left in the dish on the hob until it reduces to a thicker sauce.

·         Pull the pork with 2 forks into shreds of moist morsels. Pour over the sauce and mix in.

·         To serve, pile the pork into soft buns and serve with a bowl of homemade coleslaw.

Less stress:

If your timings go AWOL and the guests are stuck in traffic, just leave the pork to cook away for 3-4 hrs… the meat just gets better.

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The Vicar’s Pulled Pork

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