Lauren’s farm family enjoys pulled pork on buns with maple brown beans and coleslaw, but they also recommend using any leftovers on pizza, tucked into grilled cheese sandwiches or in quesadillas. Pulled pork poutine and nachos are also big favourites!
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American, Canadian
Keyword: Instant Pot Pulled Pork, Instant Pot Recipes, Pulled Pork, Taco Seasoning Pulled Pork
Pat pork dry with paper towel and cut into 4 equal chunks. Sprinkle all over with taco seasoning.
Place rack in Instant Pot and place porkchunks on top of rack. Add water and vinegar to the pot. Lock lid and setpressure release valve to sealing.
Set Instant Pot to manual pressure cook; set to high for 1 hour and 20 minutes. When cooking finishes; let the pressurerelease naturally for 20 minutes, then release any remaining steam by movingthe pressure release valve to venting. Press cancel and open lid.
Remove pork to a large bowl, leaving any juices behind and pull pork apart with 2 forks or alternatively, place in abowl of a stand mixer with paddle attachment to pull apart the pork (do not overmix). Add enough of the juices to moisten as necessary.
Stir in barbecue sauce to your desired sauciness. Serve right away or keep warm on slow cooker setting in Instant Pot or in a slow cooker.
Tip: Make your own Taco Seasoning: Combine salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika and chili powder to create your own taco seasoning. You will need 3 tbsp (45 mL).Be sure to enjoy pulled pork leftovers on pizza, tucked into grilled cheese or quesadillas. Pulled pork poutine and nachos are also a big favourite!
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