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    C.M.A
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 1:29 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Is there a way to make pulled pork without the use of an oven OR a crock pot? I don't have a kitchen. I have a double burner hot plate, an electric skillet, mini-fridge (no freezer), and a microwave. I'm not buying a crock pot and couldn't leave it on unattended. icon_question.gif icon_sad.gif
    Zeldaz
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 1:37 pm
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    Pulled pork is made with pork butt, which is a pretty big cut, too big for most electric skillets. The only possibility I can see is if your electric burner had an extremely low setting, and you had a large, heavy pot. You couldn't possibly leave that unattended, either. Pulled pork is available pre-made in most supermarket refrigerated meat sections these days. Might be safer.

    ETA: There is at least one microwave recipe on the internet: http://www.panasonic.com/consumer_electronics/microwave/recipes/viewRecipe.asp?mck=1&sck=13&prty=11
    DrGaellon
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 1:45 pm
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    That calls for a Panasonic INVERTER microwave. I don't know if there's anything special about that model/brand - I'd investigate before trying it in a regular microwave.
    Zeldaz
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:22 pm
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    It's just Panasonic's name for their newer technology that distributes the energy more evenly. The same thing can undoubtedly be accomplished with older types of microwaves by careful attention, frequent stirring, and slower cooking. A large microwave-safe pan would be required to hold a pork butt, however.
    Dee514
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:52 pm
    Forum Host
    Your about me page says you have an electric skillet. If it has a tight fitting lid, and a low temperature setting you can make the pulled pork in that. Of course you will have to work with much smaller amounts of ingredients (decrease number of servings) since your skillet will not accomodate a very large piece of meat.

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    Isabella's Can Opener
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:00 pm
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    Given the specified criteria, the only way that pops into my mind for a somewhat successful outcome is to Borrow a friends Slow Cooker. I do have other ideas for cooking it inside in mind that may work but would require buying other pots pans etc that would cost more than and be harder to store than a slow cooker.

    Do you have a grill or a smoker per chance? Cooking it outside may be an option then.
    C.M.A
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:58 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I don't, thank you though. Like your cat.
    Isabella's Can Opener
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 5:00 pm
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    C.M.A wrote:
    I don't, thank you though. Like your cat.


    Isabella says Thank You.
    Sue Lau
    Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:00 pm
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    If it's a larger electric skillet, cut up the roast and braise it until it is tender enough to shred with forks (pull). I'd braise it in beer with some onion, garlic, seasonings and maybe some liquid smoke. Then treat it with your sauces.
    It may not be top notch, but indoor pulled pork is not the real deal anyway. Pulled pork is done in a smoker. Outdoors.
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