Pulled Pork with Beans, Paprika and Treacle Recipe

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A sweet and smokey American inspired pulled pork recipe that goes great served on fresh bread rolls with lashings of your favourite BBQ sauce

Pulled Pork with Beans, Paprika and Treacle Recipe

A sweet and smokey American inspired pulled pork recipe that goes great served on fresh bread rolls with lashings of your favourite BBQ sauce. 

Yield: Serves 8

Prep Time: 10 Minutes

Cook Time: 200 Minutes

What You'll Need

  • 1.50KG True Bites Pork Shoulder Joint
  • 2 tbsp Smoked Paprika
  • 1 tbsp Black Treacle
  • 1 tbsp Light Brown Sugar
  • 300ml Pork Stock
  • 300ml Passate
  • Pinch Chilli Powder
  • 400g (1 Can) Butter Beans, drained

Method

  1. Preheat the over to Gas Mark 4 (180C, 350F)
  2. Remove any string or rind from the joint carefully using a sharp knife.
  3. Line a roasting tin with foil and place the joint in it
  4. Scrunch the foil loosely around the joint.
  5. Mix together the paprika, treacle, sugar, stock, passata and chilli, and pour this in the tin.
  6. Cover the roasting tin completely with another piece of foil.
  7. Cook for around 3 hours, until the meat is lovely and tender.
  8. Remove the foil cover, open up the foil lining and add the butter beans.
  9. Cook for a further 20 minutes
  10. Pull the meat apart using 2 forks before serving.

Tips

  • The key to a great tasting dish is quality ingredients, so please do try to use our quality British pork whenever you can. 
  • Serve on a brioche bun with coleslaw, and a delicious side of creamy mash.

Written by

Shirley Rhoades (ACIEH) is part of the full time True Bites team and is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Environment Health, with over 30 years experience in the food industry. She has an (CIEH) Advanced Certificate in Food Hygiene, a (NEBOSH) Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety, and is a registered (CIEH) Professional Trainer. She is also a passionate cook and baker in her spare time and is renowned for her huge collection of cook books.


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