Many of us end up with leftovers from this huge cut of meat (pork shoulder) and need to think about how to reheat pulled pork. Here are some suggestions on how to reheat pulled pork to repurpose it for various other tasty meals.
How to Reheat Pulled Pork 3 Different Ways
Pulled pork is extremely versatile – it can be used for pulled pork mac and cheese dishes, as a topping for pulled pork burgers, pulled pork breakfast tacos or burritos, as well as pulled pork sandwiches. If you can manage to make other brilliant meals out of pulled pork you really should at every opportunity.
Other ideas immediatedly occur such as a pulled pork bowl with avocado, pulled pork nachos – or even pulled pork soup.
Another family favourite would be Pulled Pork Pizza!
Reheating Pulled Pork in the Oven
If you want to reheat pulled pork that’s been cooked already it’s always good to do it in the oven.
However the oven can often be an issue because it can dry any meat out, but you can easily get round this by covering your leftover pork in foil and adding a liquid e.g. apple juice or apple cider cider to it. This allows your pulled pork to be reheated in a wet, steamy and hot environment which will help avoiding it drying out.
Reheating Pulled Pork in a Crock Pot/Slow Cooker
Slow cooking pork is always a great way to keep your leftover pulled pork juicy and tasty.
Just make sure your pulled pork meat comes up to an internal temperature of 165F to make it safe to eat.
A great way to reheat pulled pork!
Sous Vide Method to Reheat Pork
Another great way to reheat pulled pork is in the Sous Vide Cooker. This allows you to reheat your pulled pork in a moist environment for best results.
Here’s a great recipe for Sous Vide Reheated Pork:
We hope this post on reheating pulled pork has been useful!
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