Slow roast pork shoulder

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sam from worthing

Slow roast pork shoulder

I have a 1.7kg of boneless shoulder of pork.

can anyone advise me how i would slow roast this please.

i have found a Jamie recipe on the tinterweb, but it seems a bit of a do too, unless anyone has tried it and can advise otherwise.

thank you.

sammy

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Liz from Cumbria

Slow roast shoulder pork

Sam, I do mine at 200 for approximately 30 minutes then turn the heat down to 150 (I don't use my fan facility for this) - if you don't have the choice of non-fan turn down to 140 then cover and leave for 2.5 to 3 hours. Allow to rest for a good 30 minutes for cutting - it tends to fall apart rather than slice unlike slicing say, a pork loin. I sit mine on tope of a quartered onion, carrot and maybe a parsnip - depending on how I'm feeling.

Hope this helps.
xx

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Liz from Cumbria

PS

Obviously (I hope) I sit the pork on the onion/carrot in the roasting pan - makes great gravy.

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sam from worthing

slow roast pork

ooo thnaks for that...Jamies recipe is very similar - but very faffy, yours is more straight forward.


will do that, and i got some celery too. no parsnips....

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Lindsey H

Pork with Apricots

I put pork shoulder in the slow cooker with some onions, vegetable stock, diced potato, a handful of dried apricots and a couple of tins of apricots. Towards the end I give it a good stir to break down the pork and thicken it with some cornflour. It is always delicious, even my 2 year old loves it!

 
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