What can I do with leftover dry pork?

Here’s another great idea for using up leftover pork roast. Serve it chicken- or tuna-salad style, with chopped celery, green onions, Dijon, mayo, horseradish, and a dash or two of hot pepper sauce. “Delicious pork that can be served on sandwiches, crackers, or just on the side with another salad,” says Lerie.

How long is pulled pork good for in the fridge?

First of all, make sure to refrigerate cooked pork within 2 hours. Once the pork is stored, it can keep for up to 4 days in the fridge–as long as you do the job properly.

How do you keep pulled pork moist after shredding?

Keep the pork intact. When the pork butt is kept in one piece during storage, it will retain more moisture. If you must shred the meat beforehand, use a set of heatproof gloves and do it when the meat is still piping hot. Seal the meat tightly in foil, then place the packets in zip-top bags.

Is it best to shred pork hot or cold?

Smoked pork holds better whole and the spectacle of breaking it up in front of your guests adds impact. Pulling pork after the butt is cold. Don’t. If for some reason you can’t pull it while still warm, you will need to slowly reheat it.

What liquid can I add to pulled pork?

Add about 1/4 Cup Liquid Per Pound of Pork

Aromatics aside, the actual liquid you put in the crock pot is what will flavor the pork the most. I use the term “liquid” loosely—some of your liquid could be ketchup or barbecue sauce or mustard.

How do you make dry pork moist again?

Do you cut the fat off pork shoulder before slow cooking?

Pork shoulder has a good amount of fat layer on the surface. Make sure to cut away most of the excess fat, leaving just a small amount for flavor. This will make it easier to remove the fat later when making the barbecue sauce.

Can you cook pulled pork too long?

Yes, it is possible to overcook beef and pork. The muscle fibers go through stages of tough-tender-tough, so yes, after too long a time you get tough, dry meat. It’s by far your best tool for cooking pulled pork.