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    Pulled Pork in a Tagine

    Swoph
    Fri Mar 07, 2014 6:37 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi there, I have a 750g hunk of pork shoulder and I want to make pulled pork but I don't have a crockpot or a slow cooker.

    Can I cook pulled pork in a tagine? I have searched the internet but cannot seem to find anything.

    If this is possible please can someone give me a recipe suitable for the size of meat I have. I want BBQ pulled pork but will be lazy and use a store bought BBQ marinade.

    Thank you for your time icon_smile.gif

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    duonyte
    Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:00 am
    Forum Host
    I've never seen a larger piece of meat cooked in a tagine, but I don't have one, so don't focus on those recipes. Pulled pork requires the pork to be cooked slowly, to allow the fat to melt and reduce the meat to a shreddable state. Perhaps it would be safer to try an oven recipe, So It's Bekah's Pulled Pork Now

    If you can keep your tagine at a very low temperature, you might want to try to adopt the techniques from the above recipe - or some other one - and try it. Your piece of meat is not all that large. You would have to watch to make sure it does not run dry. The pork needs to have some fat to it, it should not be lean.
    Red Apple Guy
    Fri Mar 07, 2014 3:01 pm
    Forum Host
    I'm with duonyte on this one.

    To speed things up, a 300F oven will cook the roast in about half that time.

    Stay at 300 as sugar in the rub will burn at 325.

    Red
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