If you want to feed a crowd but you don't have time for cooking, pulled pork pressure cooker is the solution. You can use pork loin or pork shoulder, 1.5 to 2 kilos (3 to 4 pounds) and it will not break the bank.
I make this when I have a load of teenagers coming for the night or when I have a busy weekend and I don't want to spend time worrying about lunch and dinner.
I prepare a large bowl of pulled pork, coleslaw, and wraps.
When the boys are hungry they just help themselves to a nice wrap and I don't have to be involved.
This is not a typical French or Italian recipe, it is just a timesaver and my boys love it.
It is an easy, well-balanced family dinner that can be used for lunch boxes, picnics or lazy Sunday.
But today I want to keep it simple, so a pulled pork pressure cooker will do.
My pressure cooker is a WMF Perfect Pressure Cooker (affiliate link to amazon).
If you don't have a pressure cooker you will have to cook the pork for 5 hours, but if you are interested to learn more about my pressure cooker and how I use it, you can find my review here:
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f you want to feed a crowd but you don't have time for cooking, pulled pork pressure cooker is the solution. You can use pork loin or pork shoulder. Serve with coleslaw, and wraps
you can also use picnic cut
minced sage leaves
commercial balsamic vinegar
the one you find in the stores is not the real one but it does not matter for this recipe
Rub the pork with all the spices and let it rest for 1 hour
Put the pork in the pressure cooker and sear the meat over high heat with some olive oil.
Add 1/2 cup of water and cook the pork for 40 minutes in the pressure cooker
While the pork is cooking prepare the glaze over medium heat by simmering all the glaze ingredients until the glaze thickens.
Once the pork is ready, take it out of the pressure cooker and let it cool down at room temperature
Shred the pork over a baking tin covered with parchment paper
Brush the pork with some glaze and put under the broil for 5 minutes
Take the pork out of the broiler, mix and brush again with more glaze. Put back under the broiler for 5 more minutes. Repeat for 3 times
Place the pork in a serving bowl and serve with coleslaw or salad
It is perfect for wraps or sandwiches
Calories 298 calories per serving Fat 10 gr per serving Carbohydrates 18 gr per serving Cholesterol 74 mg Proteins 38 gr per serving Sugar 16 gr per serving Sodium 2596 mg per serving