Punch Up The Flavor Of Your One-Pot Meal And Wow The Crowd
North American Precis Syndicate
You don't have to pull any punches when it comes to creating great pulled pork sandwiches for your guests. (NAPS)
(NAPSI)—Low and slow is the way to go when it comes to entertaining.
Start marinating the night before, prep the rest of the ingredients in the
morning, drop it all into the slow cooker and let the magic begin as the
flavors slowly meld and everything turns tender.
Then it’s all about the garnishes to contrast the mellowness and
succulence of a slowly braised meal. Choose items that will strike the
perfect balance by adding brightness and texture:
• Chopped scallions, fresh jalapeños and halved cherry
tomatoes add crunch and flavor to your favorite chili recipe.
• Handfuls of arugula, chopped parsley and pine nuts are delicious
toppings for your favorite chicken cacciatore recipe.
• Roasted sesame seeds, julienned cucumbers and cilantro cool down
your favorite Asian spicy rib recipe.
Try SuckerPunch Pulled Pork the next time you make sliders or tacos:
1 bone-in Boston pork butt
1 to 2 Bottles SuckerPunch Bloody
Mary Mix (Regular or Spicy)
Salt & pepper to taste
1 red onion (diced)
3 cloves of garlic (smashed)
Marinate pork butt in the
SuckerPunch Bloody Mary Mix overnight. Coat meat with salt and pepper and
place in slow cooker with marinade, red onion and garlic. Cook on low for 7−8
hours until tender and easily shredded with forks. Shred and return to slow
cooker. Add some more Bloody Mary mix to achieve desired moisture level,
continue to cook on low for one hour or until ready to serve. Stuff buns or
tortillas with pulled pork and garnish with SuckerPunch pickles and salsa.
For more recipes and information about SuckerPunch Gourmet, visit www.suckerpunchgourmet.com.
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