Hopefully, you’ve spotted the original post that gives you the recipes and instructions for how to make fabulous pulled pork sandwiches in a pressure cooker. The pressure cooker means you can take a typically lengthy preparation to get great pulled pork (8-10 hours on a smoker or several hours on a slow braise), into super fast pulled pork sandwiches. This means you can now enjoy these delicious sandwiches on a weeknight! And while nothing quite beats the slow-smoked version, this is an outstanding recipe.
The original post with the recipe is here, with all the text instructions. But a better way to cook along with me is to do it with video. This 10-minute video shows you, in 3 segments, exactly how to make that recipe: how big to cut the pork cubes, how to operate the pressure cooker, how to cut and serve the meat once it’s done. And as I said in the original post (and in the video too), you get a great sandwich of pulled pork in about 40 minutes.
Hopefully, this not only gives you the play-by-play on making this dish, but also opens your eyes to how easy and useful a pressure cooker can be. I make all kinds of things in it: carnitas, vegetable soups, pork ragu, any sort of stew, beef bulgogi, and more. All in under an hour. It’s a miracle worker.
But for now, enjoy the video and cook along with me! If you like it, please share!