Are you looking for a delicious, easy-to-make pulled pork recipe? Look no further than this Ninja Foodi Pulled Pork!
This recipe is perfect for feeding a crowd and can be made in just a few simple steps. So, fire up your Ninja Foodi and let’s get started!
How To Make Pulled Pork In A Ninja Foodi
This recipe is similar to my slow cooker pulled pork, but not exactly the same! I’ve made a few minor alterations, but the main one is I’ve included 200ml of stock.
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Ingredients You Need:
- 1kg to 1.5kg boneless shoulder pork
- 2 tsp smoked paprika
- 2 tbsp brown sugar
- 1 tsp ground black pepper
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp oil
- 2 tbsp white wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar
- 200ml stock (chicken or pork)
- 200ml BBQ sauce + extra for serving
- Brioche buns for serving
Mix together all the spices and sugar – the smoked paprika, brown sugar, ground black pepper and salt.
Rub the spice mixture all over the pork joint until it is all completely covered.
Heat the oil in the Ninja Foodi bowl using the SEAR/SAUTE function. Add the seasoned pork joint and quickly seal it on each side – don’t leave it for too long or the spices will burn on the bowl.
If anything does get stuck to the bowl, once you’ve removed the pork joint, pour some stock in and use a wooden or plastic spatula to scrape it off.
Remove the pork joint from the Ninja Foodi and set it to one side. Make sure any stuck-on bits from the bowl of the Ninja Foodi have been completely scraped away.
Add the stock, BBQ sauce and vinegar to the Ninja Foodi bowl and stir to mix everything together before placing the pork joint back in.
Place the pressure cooker lid on top of the Ninja Foodi and switch the vent to SEAL. Select the pressure cooker function and cook on high for 50 minutes. By cooking it for slightly longer the pork will be really soft and shred much more easily.
At the end of the pressure cooker time leave carefully perform a quick release before removing the lid.
Remove the pork joint and place on a plate or in a bowl and shred it. You can do this in the Ninja Foodi bowl but I find it easier to do separately.
While you are shredding the pork you can keep the sauce warm by switching the Ninja Foodi to the SEAR/SAUTE function. This will also help to reduce it and thicken it up. If it is too thin you can also add in a little cornflour mixed with some water.
Return the shredded pork to the Ninja Foodi and stir it around. Either serve the pulled pork directly from the Ninja or transfer it to a serving dish.
What To Serve With Pulled Pork
Pulled pork tastes great in a brioche bun but it can also be served with rice, potato wedges and salad.
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