Hogs and Kisses Pulled Pork Sandwich

June 07, 2022

Hogs and Kisses Pulled Pork Sandwich

Author: David LaForce, Hamama Grower

Prep Time: 60 minutes

Cook Time: 8 hours

Makes: 6-8 Servings

Dig into this delicious, mouth watering pulled pork sandwich! There is nothing better than a good pork shoulder roasted "low and slow." Though the slow-cooking may take time, it’s 100% worth the wait! Add on some tasty toppings like bread-and-butter pickles, tangy coleslaw, sweet & smoky BBQ sauce and Hamama wasabi mustard microgreens for the most delicious flavor combinations!

*This recipe will need to be made in the morning if you want it in time for dinner! You can also prepare this recipe in your oven. Wrap the pork in foil to hold in moisture and cook at 215-225 degrees F for about 4-6 hours or until done, depending on the size of your pork butt or shoulder. Note that this cooking time is for a 4-pound Boston butt pork shoulder. A general rule on barbecued pork is to cook it at about 215°F to 225°F for 90 minutes per pound.

"Now this is my idea of a pulled pork sandwich. Pork butt rubbed generously with Meat Church's The Gospel, smoked & served on a toasted bun with coleslaw, homemade bread-and-butter pickles, Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce and Hamama hot wasabi mustard microgreens.” -David

Ingredients:

  • 4-5 pounds, pork butt, cut into thick slabs
  • Meat Church’s The Gospel, enough to cover the pork on both sides
  • 5 to 6 cups wood chips, such as hickory, oak, apple, or other fruit wood

 

Garnish:

Instructions:

For the Pork Butt:

  1. Rub your pork butt generously with Meat Church’s, The Gospel or your favorite BBQ rub. It’s best to then let this sit a few hours or overnight in the refrigerator to allow the pork to absorb the flavors of the rub.
  2. Smoke your pork butt at 180°-225° for about 4 hours. If the roast isn't done after 6 hours, finish it in the oven, wrapped tightly in foil to hold in the moisture.
  3. When your pork butt is nice and tender, shred it with a fork. Assemble the pulled pork onto your toasted buns and top with your favorite add-ons, like pickles, coleslaw, bbq sauce, and your favorite Hamama greens. The wasabi-mustard variety pairs so well with this recipe!
  4. Dig in & enjoy!

Make this recipe today!

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