Basic Pulled Pork

by

Tenina Holder

POSTED June 19, 2020 (LAST UPDATED October 14, 2020)

Serves

4

Total Time

1hrs 40mins

Calories

1327

This basic recipe can be used in so many ways, the sky is the limit. Think quesadillas, tacos, cottage pies, nourish bowls, salads. Limitless!

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    INGREDIENTS


  • Red onion icon
    Red onion

    2 (about 270 g)quartered

  • Pork loin icon
    Pork loin

    2 kg (about 26 ⅔)

  • Sea salt icon
    Sea salt

    ⅛ teaspoon

  • Black pepper icon
    Black pepper

    as needed

  • Water icon
    Water

    as needed

  • Garlic clove icon
    Garlic clove

    4 (about 24 g)

  • Fresh chili icon
    Fresh chili

    1 (about 20 g)

  • Extra virgin olive oil icon
    Extra virgin olive oil

    20 g (about 1 ½ tablespoons)

  • Dark brown sugar icon
    Dark brown sugar

    3 tablespoons (about 36 g)

  • Fish sauce icon
    Fish sauce

    ¼ cup (about 60 ml)

  • Tomato paste icon
    Tomato paste

    ¼ cup (about 66 g)

  • Balsamic vinegar icon
    Balsamic vinegar

    ¼ cup (about 60 ml)

  • Crushed tomatoes icon
    Crushed tomatoes

    400 g (about 1 ¾ cups)

    METHOD


  • 1. Add pork loin to the varoma dish
  • 2. Season with sea salt and black pepper
  • 3. Add water to the TM5 bowl
  • 4. Steam pork - approx 50 min, Varoma, speed 4
  • 5. Discard steaming water and set pork aside
  • 6. Add garlic clove, red onion, fresh chili and extra virgin olive oil to the TM5 bowl
  • 7. Chop - approx 5 sec, speed 5
  • 8. Cook - approx 5 min, Varoma, speed 1
  • 9. Then add dark brown sugar, fish sauce, tomato paste, balsamic vinegar and crushed tomatoes to the TM5 bowl
  • 10. Mix - approx 10 sec, speed 4
  • 11. Slice pork
  • 12. Transfer pork to TM5 bowl
  • 13. Cook - approx 30 sec, 100°C, reverse gentle stir
  • 14. Mix - approx 4 sec, speed 4

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