Cider Pulled Pork
Updated: Aug 9
Bring apple flavour to your slow-cooked pulled pork with your favourite locally made cider!
I always like flavouring a recipe by using a locally made beverage. Wine, beer and cider are produced and crafted in the Snowys and they all are great for cooking, especially in a slow-cooked dish. For this one, I added a bottle of apple cider to a slow cooker pulled pork recipe. The recipe is so easy to do and the result is just delicious. The meat cooks all day and there is no need for much intervention. If you wish to have this ready for dinner, you only have to plan ahead and prep the ingredients in the morning (or at least 8 hours before supper time). Depending on how many people will be enjoying the feast, there will be a lot left over to enjoy in different ways: with rice and veggies, in a burger, in a shepherd’s pie, on a pizza, nachos, stuffed baked potatoes and of course, topped over a poutine! A perfectly versatile comfort dish to have in any season. But for the local snowy foodies out there, the best time to make this cider pulled pork recipe is in May (if you live near Batlow) after taking home some of your favourite bottles from Batlow Ciderfest. To serve with the pulled pork meal, crack yourself a cool bubbly cider, and that will be even better!
Cider pulled pork serving suggestions • Photography © Bottle and Brush Studio 2020-21
LOCAL PRODUCE FEATURE: This pulled pork dish features the handmade Crafty Ciders Bittersweet. This medium sweet delightful apple cider is blended with 9 different varieties of apples, grown and handmade at the owner’s farm near Batlow. They have other tasty cider varieties and everyone in the Snowys has a crush on their favourite Crafty!
This recipe is available to purchase by enquiry.