Crockpot Hawaiian Kalua Pork
- pork butt or shoulder roast (5-6 pounds works best)
- 3/4 Tbsp coarse salt FOR EVERY 2-3 POUNDS OF MEAT
- 1 Tbsp liquid smoke flavoring FOR EVERY 2-3 POUNDS OF MEAT
- 1 head of cabbage, shredded
Use a fork to poke holes all round the uncooked meat. Place in a crockpot and rub salt and liquid smoke flavoring all over.
I do this one side at a time, in the crockpot to contain any mess.
Cover and cook on low for approximately 18 hours, turning the roast over at the 10 hour mark
|This roast weighed a little more than I usually |
use--and it was quite full!
|I can never get a whole head of cabbage in. 1/2 to 2/3 is|
usually all I can manage!
Serve with rice.
This is a family favorite now! It makes quite a bit, so if you're not making it for a large gathering, you'll want to bag and freeze most of the leftovers--which makes for an easy and delicious meal quite a few more times!
Linking up at Allergy Free Wednesdays and Gluten Free Fridays. I hope you enjoy!