BBQ pulled pork is delicious, mouth-watering, amazing food. You know what can make it even better? Making it at home yourself!
Get Yourself Some Meat and Some Time
Most bbq restaurants make bbq pulled pork using a whole pork shoulder, however this is often difficult to get ahold of in the supermarket. Hence a Boston Butt, which is half the shoulder (the other half is the picnic shoulder), is a great alternative.
To make bbq pulled pork properly, the most important ingredient is time. This is not a dish you prepare in a hurry. You’ll want to marinate your meat for 24 hours and cooking time will be 10-15 hours depending on the size of your pork butt.
BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe
Complete details in this awesome five minute video put together by our friends at Green Mountain Grills:
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What’s Your Recipe?
Like all great BBQ recipes there are as many ways to make pulled pork as there are pit-masters. We’d love to hear your variations on the above recipe. Do you use the same method? Different ingredients for your marinade or other helpful tips? Please let us know in the comments section below.
Finally, if you found this recipe useful please have a look at the other recipes on our blog. Please leave any recipe requests in the comments as well!