Pressure Cooked BBQ Pulled Pork/Beef. You can make these pressure cooker pulled pork when you're looking for something fulfilling, thrifty, bold in flavors. Also great for making ahead for parties or enough for a few meals. How else do you enjoy your BBQ pulled pork?
Ingredients of Pressure Cooked BBQ Pulled Pork/Beef
- It’s of chuck roast or pork shoulder.
- You need of Salt.
- It’s of Pepper.
- Prepare of Vegetable Oil.
- Prepare of Onion, cut in half and sliced into half rings.
- It’s of Water or Beef Broth.
- It’s of Barbecue Sauce.
- You need of black pepper.
Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork is super tender and juicy, exploding with sweet & smoky flavors. Most of the recipes online involved hours upon hours of cooking in a crock-pot or smoker. Home recipes > Main Ingredients > Courses > BBQ Pulled Pork in a Pressure Cooker. Cut the pork butt into several pieces and season with the garlic powder, onion powder and paprika to taste.
Pressure Cooked BBQ Pulled Pork/Beef instructions
- Season the meat with salt and pepper. Set aside..
- Turn on the pot's Sauté function. When it is hot, add the oil and then the meat. Brown a few minutes on each side..
- Take out the meat and set on a plate and add the onion to the pot with a splash or two of the water/broth. Cook for a couple of minutes, scraping the bottom of the pot, to get the browned bits up (deglaze)..
- Add the remaining water/broth, and the meat back in. Seal and prepare to pressure cook meat for at least 45mins (varies with pressure cooker)..
- Once done, remove the meat to a large bowl to shred. If the meat isn't shreddable, put it back in and cook it another 10 to 15 minutes..
- Place the shredded meat back into the pot. If the amount of gravy in the pot is too much, remove excess gravy to just enough for the meat to soak up..
- Add in BBQ sauce and black pepper. Stir to combine. Switch back to Sauté function and bring mixture to a simmer, stirring frequently..
- Serve on tacos, wraps or rice etc..
Add the olive oil to the pan and brown each side of the pork pieces well. This easy Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork recipe gives you tender BBQ pulled pork in half the time! Fix the lid on the pressure cooker and place over a high heat until it reaches pressure. Slow Cooker Pulled Pork is incredibly easy to make and wonderful to have on hand to add protein to meals. Pulled pork is the next best thing to chicken breast as far as keeping protein on hand goes, if you ask me.