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Do it in your Siesta Pulled Pork

Pulled Pork

1 x 100% NZPork shoulder, boneless (approximately 2 kg)

6 dried ancho chilli or any dried chilli you have

3 pasilla or any other dried chilli you have

8 bays leaves - fresh or dried

1½ cups of vinegar like red wine

1 head of garlic smashed

2 cans of chopped tomatoes


Tomato Salsa

4 large ripe tomatoes

1 small bunch of fresh coriander

1 small red onion finely chopped

1 tsp sea salt

2 limes

1 small red chilli

4 good grinds black pepper

Do it in your Siesta Pulled Pork

Roast

180

Serves 10

  1. Heat oven to 150°C
  2. Put the shoulder and everything else - chillis, bay leaves, tomatoes, vinegar and garlic in roasting pan. Pour water until the liquid reaches two thirds of the way up the pork.
  3. Cover securely with lid or foil and bake for 3 hours.
  4. For the salsa add to the finely chopped onion, the salt, pepper, juice of 2 limes and roughly chopped tomatoes and coriander. Mix well.
  5. To serve tear off some meat, pile up, spoon over the pork juice and top with salsa
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