Pulled Pork Ricetta is rather simple. The recipe calls for beef brisket, so we will use this as the meat for our recipe. We cut the brisket into thin strips. Then we rub the meat with the Smoky barbecue sauce, which contains pieces of wood smoked and seasoned with garlic and Rosemary. After rubbing the brisket with this sauce, we allow it to cure for several hours over a slow, low heat. To make pulled pork sandwiches, make a cross side of thin sliced boneless pork shoulder. Next, brown the boneless shoulder in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Don’t let the meat get red. Brown until the outside begins to turn brown. Turn the meat to allow the other side to become brown. When both sides are brown, pull the boneless pork shoulder from the skillet to serve. A favorite of mine is to make pulled pork sandwiches with a sweet and sour mix. I start out by putting some tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce on a piece of bread. Then I add two tablespoons of a sweet and sour mix to the center of each piece of bread. I place about four slices of the pulled pork sandwiches onto the prepared bread and let them sit for about five minutes. When the time is right, I scrape the sandwich off of the bread into one side of the Instant Pot and place the other side into the pan. The sweet and sour mix will continue to give the bread a tangy flavor. In addition to using the Worcestershire sauce, I like to add my favorite hot mustard and chicken broth to the Instant Pot as well. The mixture will continue to give the pulled pork sandwiches the perfect taste. When the entire sandwich is cooked through, I take about one tablespoon of the sauce off of one slice of bread and place it on another slice. This ensures that the bread is fully covered in the sauce. When the desired temperature has been reached in the Instant Pot, I use a fork to transfer the completed sandwiches to a waiting sandwich press. My Instant Pot makes it very easy to cook pulled pork recipes the traditional way. The slow cooker allows me to let the dish to finish cooking naturally without having to monitor it. The result is tender, moist, and tasty pulled pork. Another way that I like to enjoy pulled pork in my Instant Pot is to replace my traditional barbecue sauce with a sweet and sour mix. I usually prefer Brandy Alexander’s brand of sauce over the brand name Sweet Tomatoes. It’s also great to use the barbecue sauce in conjunction with the Sweet Tomato Mustard dip that I prepare. You can always substitute the barbecue sauce for a completely different flavor in these recipes if you’d rather have something other than barbecue sauce in your Instant Pot. To cook pulled pork shoulder in a sous vide cooker, you’ll want to create an airtight seal around the edges of the cooker. To do this, you’ll need to add about one inch of oil to the bottom of your pot. This will allow the pulled pork shoulder to cook without losing its form. Cooked meat tends to get floppy, so you want to avoid making them too soft. For the sweet and sour mix, simply combine two cups of sour cream, a half cup of Brandy, and two tablespoons each of vinegar and mustard. Place everything in your slow cooker and set your poached, baked foods inside. Cover your cooker tightly. Put the lid on the cooker, and turn it on to cooking time. At this point, you can either add the sauce and cover the lid or let the buns soak in the sauce. Whichever you choose, this dish is absolutely delicious. Another great way to enjoy pulled pork sandwiches in an Instant Pot is to make shredded pork sandwiches using your stovetop cooker. To do this, you’ll want to add about one pound of thinly sliced pork and one tablespoon of your favorite barbecue sauce. Follow along with your favorite hamburger buns and place the lid on your pot. Allow the sandwich to cook in your slow cooker for about eight hours, covering the sandwiches once they are done. After that, remove the sandwich from the pot and allow it to cool to help cut it. Slice the cooled pork into thin slices and then dice them. Use your pot’s electric shredder to chop them up nice and fine. You will then want to take the smaller bits of meat and place them on top of your hamburger buns. Cook this for about fifteen minutes in your high pressure cooker. While your brown sugar and vinegar mixture are cooking, you can work on finishing up your meal. Use a brown sugar and vinegar dressing to coat your chopped pieces of pork. You can also add onion, garlic, salt and pepper to the mix for a sweeter taste. Stir it all up until it is a thick and syrupy consistency. Serve up your pulled pork in the meantime. Make sure you keep your brown sugar and vinegar mixture warm while you put this on top of your burger. That way, the flavors will meld well together. Then you’re ready to dig in with your family and friends! The finished product is sure to become a family favorite and one of the best burgers in your local draft beer store! For the fastest, most flavorful meal, take your Best Pork Butt with a brown sugar and vinegar sauce and a high pressure cooker. Let the recipe heat up on the high setting and you will have pulled pork in no time. Enjoy!