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Can I Make "North Carolina Pulled Pork"?

Updated: Aug 25


I grew up in STL and BBQ is sweet & smoky; lots of different things, but maybe most traditionally St. Louis Ribs. I'm a fan on BBQ and know there are lots of different types all around the US. I had never had North Carolina pulled pork yet, but I wanted to try this one I sawa on Pinterest from asweetpeachef.com as it looked good and I heard it is vinegar-based and this was different than what I had growing up.


https://www.pinterest.com/pin/778348748088177160/

https://www.asweetpeachef.com/instant-pot-pulled-pork/



As I have mentioned I cook for myself and I make big batches of pulled pork plain and then add in seasonings or sauces after it's cooked. That way I can get a variety. I decided to try it with this North Caroline pulled pork, so I started with cooked plain pulled pork.


https://www.wearegoodatthis.com/post/tips-make-one-batch-of-plain-meat-chicken-pork-etc-make-different-recipes-and-save-for-later



What I used:

- Pulled pork

- Vinegar

- Apple cider vinegar

- Garlic powder

- Onion Powder

- Paprika

- Cayenne Pepper

- Brown sugar

- Salt & Pepper










I just added it all to the plain pork and let it marinate for ~15-30 min.





RESULT: Success! :)


We are good at this! There was a really good tang-y flavor! Even in that short time. It was different than other pulled pork I have had before, but I really liked it. I put it on a sandwich.


If you haven't tried North Caroline style BBQ, check it out!


Give it a try! We are good at this!





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