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Jim's Pork Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Jimmy Miller
Added: Friday, February 11, 2011

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Olive Oil (~1/4 cup)
Cheap pork roast (~3lbs)
Old bay seasoning (~1 tsp)
Cayenne pepper (~1/2 tsp) more or less to taste
Minced garlic (~1/2 tsp)
Pepper (~1 tsp)
Soy sauce (~1/4 cup)
Onions (1 small/medium)
Green pepper (1/2)
Celery (2 stalks)
Vinegar (~1/4 cup)

Directions:
Directions:
Coat Dutch oven with olive oil.
Cut pork roast in 4 pieces and put in a Dutch oven.
Sprinkle old bay seasoning, pepper, cayenne, and minced garlic on roast.
Sometimes I use Cajun seasoning instead of Old Bay.
Braise the roast. While the roast is braising...
Coarsely dice onions and put in the pot.
Dice green pepper and put in the pot.
Slice celery stalks in half and cut in quarter inch pieces.
Cover roast with water or beef broth.
Add soy sauce.
Boil at least 30 minutes. Add vinegar.
Turn down heat.
Simmer until meat falls apart. Adding water as needed depending on how
much juice you want.
Add soy sauce and Hot sauce to taste.
Serve over Rice, Pasta, or Put on a fresh crispy crust bun, garnish how-ever you like
and ENJOY!

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
8
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
3-5 hrs
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Comments:

As with all my recipes... I usually DON'T measure so... My measurements above are approximate
so I could share my recipes with you. This particular recipe leaves a lot of room for personalization.
For instance... Add mushrooms or Jalapeno peppers, Serano peppers work great. Try adding some Paprika,
or maybe a can of rotel tomatoes. In the summer time, Instead of braising the pork, I'll coat the pork pieces
with the spices and grill them over indirect heat until about half done before transferring to the pot.

 

 

 

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