6 PRO Tips For The Pulled Pork Recipe with Wine
➡️ For most of you, pulled pork is an American barbecue food, made from shredded pork shoulder. Slow-smoked over wood is the traditional method, while indoor variations use a slow cooker. However, you can cook pulled pork in the oven with the same great results, and the taste is even better because of the refined flavors you can use such as wine or beer. Below are a few tips to follow when you’re using my pulled pork recipe:
- most people prefer boneless pork for this recipe, but I recommend using pork butt on the bone because the meat is juicier than the boneless version and the chances of the roast being too dry are much lower
- if you have time, place the marinated meat into the fridge for 1-2 hours or even overnight for better seasoning
- if the piece of meat is very thick, you can even cut it into 3 or 4 strips
- red wine can be replaced with white wine, light or dark beer, or even water if you do not want to use alcohol
- for a spicy taste, add half a teaspoon of hot chili powder to the marinade
- I recommend that you wait at least half an hour after the roast is ready to pull it apart so that the meat has time to better absorb the juice from the tray
Drinking wine at home!
What goes better with a delicious meal than quality wine? Nothing, both from my point of view and from the ancient Greeks, who said about wine that it’s the nectar of the gods! Can we contradict them?
➡️ Enjoy cooking pulled pork recipes from scratch!