You just can't go wrong with this meal (unless you switch the slowcooker off 3 hours early to whip cream). Serves 10-12ASIAN PULLED PORK5 tbsp soy sauce4 tbsp mild or hot chilli powder3 tbsp five-spice powder2 tbsp light muscovado sugar2 garlic cloves, finely chopped4cm piece of fresh ginger, peeled and finely chopped3kg boneless pork shoulder, rind removed. TO SERVE10-12 buns, split open and toastedMethodPlace the soy sauce, chilli powder, five-spice, sugar, garlic and ginger in a large slowcooker and mix together well to give a sloppy paste. Put the lid on the slowcooker and cook on low for 8–10 hours or until the meat is so tender you can shred it with a fork
I don’t always have the time or inclination for the fuss of proper pulled pork so I’ve created my own cheats version which also happens to be very budget friendly due to the cheap cut of meat and also the low energy from cooking via my slowcooker
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I'd seen this slowcookerpulled pork on Lavender & Lovage - a recipe Karen had adapted from The Ginger Pig and decided that it was definitely worth a shot, and the whole slowcooker thing appealed, especially as, unlike a casserole, the only prep was a marinade
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