Recipe for delayed cooker Korean-style pork

By Lisa Zwirn Globe Correspondent  Feb 09, 2016
Slow cooker Korean-style pork

Karoline Boehm Goodnick for The Boston Globe

Slow cooker Korean-style pork

Serves 8

When pig shoulder (also called Boston butt) cooks for a prolonged time, it becomes meltingly proposal and absorbs a flavors of a braising glass — a Korean chile pulp gochujang; garlic, ginger, and soy; and apples for a hold of sweetness. If we don’t have a delayed cooker, set a oven during 325 degrees and prepare a pig in a lonesome stew for 3 to 4 hours, or until flare tender. Once it is done, a beef can be chopped, tossed with a braising liquid, and served with sauteed vegetables over noodles or rice; piled on sandwiches; or folded into tortillas.

large onion, chopped
cloves garlic, chopped
2-inch square uninformed ginger, chopped
cup soy sauce
tablespoons gochujang (or 1 tablespoon
if really spicy)
cup apple cider vinegar
cups water
boneless pig shoulder or Boston butt
(4 to 4½ pounds)
teaspoon kosher salt
teaspoon black pepper
apples, peeled, cored, and coarsely chopped
tablespoons chopped uninformed cilantro

1. In a vast delayed cooker, separate a onion, garlic, and ginger. Add a soy sauce, gochujang, and vinegar and stir. Add a H2O and stir. If a pig shoulder comes in netting, clip in several places to display some-more of a meat. If it’s tied with string, leave fibre in place. Place a pork, fat side up, in a liquid, and shower with salt and pepper. Scatter a apples around a pork.

2. Cover a delayed cooker and set it on low for 7 hours, or until a pig is really proposal when pierced with a fork.

3. Transfer a pig to a slicing board. When it is cold adequate to handle, mislay concealment or strings if necessary, and lift or cut a beef into vast chunks.
Discard a fat. Place a beef on a platter.

4. Skim a fat from a tip of a braising liquid. Over a middle saucepan, place a fine-mesh separate and strain. Discard a solids.

5. Bring a salsa to a boil, revoke a feverishness to medium, and cook for about 5 mins to revoke slightly. Taste for seasoning, and supplement some-more salt and peppers if needed. Spoon some of a salsa over a beef and shower with cilantro. Pass a remaining sauce
separately. Lisa Zwirn

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