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Does anyone know the ratios in this recipe?

BlueHorseShoeBlueHorseShoe Posts: 54
edited 10:03AM in EggHead Forum
Carolina Style Pulled Pork - Sauce and Slaw(Vinegar Sauce & Slaw)

Cup Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
• Cup Cup Bottled Water
• Oz Oz Ketchup
• Cup Cup Firmly packed brown sugar
• tsp tsp Kosher Salt
• tsp tsp Hot Red Pepper Flakes
• tsp tsp Freshly Ground Black Pepper
• tsp tsp Freshly Ground White Pepper
• Bag Slaw Mix

Comments

  • SlotmercenarySlotmercenary Posts: 1,071
    hey you forgot the second bag of slaw mix.........
  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 28,742
    That looks a lot like Elder Wards recipe. Check recipes under pork. Even if it's not the same it is an awesome way to do PP.

    Steve

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,181
    Does this make it easier??

    Slaw, & Sauce, BBQ, Vinegar

    This process has resulted in pork butts that received rave reviews at three Eggtoberfests (2002-2003-2004). It requires a lot of preparation, but will produce some of the best pulled pork you have ever tasted.


    INGREDIENTS:
    2 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
    1.33 cup Bottled Water
    5 oz Ketchup
    1/4 cup Firmly packed brown sugar
    5 tsp Kosher Salt
    4 tsp Hot Red Pepper Flakes
    1 tsp Freshly Ground Black Pepper
    1 tsp Freshly Ground White Pepper
    1 Bag Slaw Mix




    Preparation Directions:
    1 Combine all ingredients in a nonreactive medium size bowl and whisk until the sugar and salt are dissolved. Taste for seasoning, adding sugar or salt as necessary; the sauce should be piquant but not quite sour.
    2 Note - the sauce will get hotter within a few days. Make it fresh every few days.
    3 Mix some of the vinegar sauce with the slaw and serve on the side.


    Recipe Type
    Salad

    Recipe Source
    Author: Steven Raichlen

    Source: BGE Forum, Bill Blakely
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