Hawaiian Pork Sandwiches

Main Dish: Hawaiian Pulled Pork

0 comments

AuthorCaptBradCategory, DifficultyBeginner

Main Dish: Hawaiian Pulled Pork

Yields8 Servings
Prep Time10 mins

 3 lbs pork roast, trimmed of fat
 1 tbsp coarse sea salt
 1 tbsp liquid smoke
 1 can, crushed pineapple (15oz)
 8 buns (ciabatta rolls work very well)

1

1. Make 1 inch slits over all parts of the roast
2. Rub the sea salt over the surface of the roast
3. Rub the liquid smoke over the surface of the roast
4. Place the pork roast in the cooking option you desire and pour the crushed pineapple over the top

There are three ways to cook the roast for the sandwiches:
1. Slow cooker if available on low for 8 hrs (best)
2. Pressure cooker if available (per cooker instructions for pork roast)
3. Standard Oven: cook in pan covered and tightly sealed with aluminum foil at 325 F for 3 hours

Once cooking is complete, remove the roast from the pan and shred into a bowl. If desired stir in some of the cooked crushed pineapple and juice to the shredded meat mixture.
Toast the buns and place the shredded meat onto the buns to eat.

Optional: thin sliced cole slaw on top of the meat makes a tasty sandwich!

Ingredients

 3 lbs pork roast, trimmed of fat
 1 tbsp coarse sea salt
 1 tbsp liquid smoke
 1 can, crushed pineapple (15oz)
 8 buns (ciabatta rolls work very well)

Directions

1

1. Make 1 inch slits over all parts of the roast
2. Rub the sea salt over the surface of the roast
3. Rub the liquid smoke over the surface of the roast
4. Place the pork roast in the cooking option you desire and pour the crushed pineapple over the top

There are three ways to cook the roast for the sandwiches:
1. Slow cooker if available on low for 8 hrs (best)
2. Pressure cooker if available (per cooker instructions for pork roast)
3. Standard Oven: cook in pan covered and tightly sealed with aluminum foil at 325 F for 3 hours

Once cooking is complete, remove the roast from the pan and shred into a bowl. If desired stir in some of the cooked crushed pineapple and juice to the shredded meat mixture.
Toast the buns and place the shredded meat onto the buns to eat.

Optional: thin sliced cole slaw on top of the meat makes a tasty sandwich!

Hawaiian Pork Sandwiches

About the Author

Follow me

My father helped me restore an old wooden boat when I was in Junior High School, then taught me how to sail it. I was hooked forever. The other gift he provided was a love of cooking, which I've tried to build upon over the years. I've spent most of my life owning a boat of some kind or another from dinghy's to larger sailing and motor vessels. I enjoy sharing my love of water and my love of cooking with fellow travelers who have a like-mindedness. I believe life is difficult enough, so why not help lift others up whenever possible; share a smile and a good story every now and then.


{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

Contact

Somewhere on the water

dreamchaserjourney@gmail.com

Social

Copyright 2020 Boatlandia.com, all rights reserved.

>