Slow Cooker Pickled Pork – Slow Cooking Perfected
This slow-cooker of pickled pork is cooked to be incredibly tender and loaded with flavor. It goes great with a little sauce and vegetables.
The pickled pork will have a slight salinity and is incredibly tasty. It will be so tender that it will almost melt in the mouth. I love serving pork as part of a meal, but it goes great inside a sandwich.
You should be able to feed about six people without needing to adjust the recipe. I highly recommend that you make some side dishes to accompany pork, especially if you want to feed as many people as possible.
Another dish that is very similar to pickled pork is corned beef. You can also cook that in the slow cooker with about the same ingredients.
The leftover meat is perfect for so many different dishes. For example, I love to have it in sandwiches. Leftovers should last about three days in the fridge or three months in the freezer. There is a slight risk of the meat drying out in the freezer.
Ideas for serving
There is a lot of food that will go great with pickled pork. Below are just a couple of ideas on what you can do.
My favorite combination of side dishes to accompany this pork are roasted potatoes, steamed vegetables, and cauliflower cheese. They are delicious and combine very well with the flavors of pork.
There are quite a few side dishes you can make in a spare slow cooker. For example, some potatoes with cheese will work very well with this dish. It’s one of my favorite side dishes.
If you’re cooking for a crowd, you might want to make some mashed potatoes in the slow cooker. It’s a great way to make a lot of food without much effort. It also goes great with pork and some delicious sauce.
Be sure to share your service ideas in the comments section towards the bottom of this page.
Adjust the recipe
You can add some vegetables with the pork liquid and poached. However, I wouldn’t recommend it as the vegetables will take on a lot of vinegar flavor. Instead, I recommend cooking them in a separate slow cooker or oven.
I recommend letting the meat sit for fifteen minutes, as it will help make pork easier to cut. If desired as quickly as possible, cut thicker slices so that the meat does not fall apart.
Pickled pork could be called something else depending on where you live. For example, in the United States, it is called salted pork, or in the United Kingdom, it is known as Gammon.
For a little
extra flavor, you can substitute the water with some chicken broth instead. However, the water will work perfectly well.
The following video will guide you through all the steps to cook this delicious pickled pork in the slow cooker. Alternatively, there is a full written recipe immediately below the video.
are many more pork dishes that you can cook in the slow cooker. Below are a couple of my favorite recipes that I highly recommend trying.
For a super delicious meal, I recommend making the chops choked. It has delicious tender pork chops with a creamy sauce full of flavor. It’s super easy to get right and tastes amazing.
Shredded pork cooked over low heat is one of the most delicious dishes out there. It has tender pork and a sauce full of flavor. It’s one of the most popular slow cooker meals you can make.
I really love this slow-cooked pickled pork recipe, and I hope you do too. If you have any comments, feel free to leave a comment below.