6 Reviews

Made this modified for my electric pressure cooker. I did as written and then cooked on high for 45 minutes. I had used country style ribs cut into chunks and they were fall apart tender. The sauce is so rich and tastes like it simmered all day. Thanks for sharing!

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16Paws September 08, 2010

Wow - really tasty! I made this dish without the pancetta; used lean cubed pork cut from a leg roast. Served with large whole wheat egg noodles and fresh green beans. I will definitely make this again and I will recommend it to my friends. Thanks for sharing!

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barrdbarrbarr February 26, 2010

So stupid easy, and so stupid delicious. Basically an Italian version of pulled pork. Awesome with a bit of Parmesan cheese over the top.

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Haggis Ghillie February 20, 2010

I saw this was a Michael Symon recipe, so I wanted to try it. I had made pernil-Roast Pork (Pernil) Puerto Rican Style on Recipezaar. I had 2 pounds of leftover pork and made this pork ragu in a crock pot. I saved the pan drippings from the pernil, put them in the fridge and separated out the fat. I added the porky goodness to this ragu. YUMMERS.

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MakeDollarHoller January 01, 2010

This was great and so easy. I made it with pancetta but I'm not sure I could really tell it was there so next time I'll try it without and save the calories. I'm sure it will be just as good. My husband loved it and said definitely make again!

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coopco March 06, 2009

This recipe was outstanding. Tender meat and well-balanced, intense flavor. I'll definitely make this one again!

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abbanatx4 January 04, 2009
Pork Ragu (Pressure Cooker)