Slow-cooked Pulled Pork Jerk Sliders

10.10.15


Hey ho - thought you might like a wee link to this recipe I developed for the lovely people at Barkers - Pulled Pork Jerk Sliders with coleslaw. I have to say while I am not missing most things meaty at the mo (vegetarian month for me - and possibly beyond...!), I watched Chef last night (for the 4th time) because it is the best food porn around - and while watching suddenly had a craving for these, which I made using Barkers new Nine Spice Barbecue Jerk Sauce. Seriously, there is no crowd-pleasing combination better than moist, juicy, flavour-packed pork with crunchy, vibrant coleslaw in a soft white bun, and the best bit is everything can be prepared in advance so you can just sit back, relax, and soak up the compliments as I have done on several occasions, despite the fact it's all so damned, sneakily easy to make :)

Right I'm off to yoga - probably not a wise move to be going to 90 minute hot yoga when I'm still feeling a bit stiff from yesterday's class - but what the hell, Nick is in Cologne, Rich is at a mate's place (after auditioning for option B for next year, drama school, today), Henry is at work in Welly, and I'm just sitting at home with the dogs - so it's yoga or raid the fridge...I can always raid the fridge when I get home....






8 comments :

  1. Oh wow, this looks just fantastic. Could have these Pulled Pork Jerk Sliders with coleslaw for lunch. What a treat!

    Sending you my best regards from Switzerland, Franzi

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    1. Gruezi Franzi! Thanks so much for leaving a message - so funny, I spent a year in Switzerland (in St Gallen) when I was 17, and one of my host sister's names was Franzi! :)

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  2. I'm liking the fact that they can be done in advance - that's how I like to roll these days! I just watched Chef recently for first time - didn't think I'd like it but it was great - though not to be watched on an empty stomach! I really wanted one of his toasties. Your photos + styling are superb.

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    1. I know what you mean about the toasties - the next day after watching it I made some pan fried toasties, with new season's asparagus, mozzarella and aioli! :)

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  3. Looks amazingly delicious. I love fresh slaw on anything. Beautiful pictures as always. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks so much, and my pleasure! I love fresh slaw on anything too :)

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