Your Friday night dinner sorted: Foodie’s mouthwatering pulled pork rolls take the internet by storm – and they’re perfect if you’re on a budget
- A mum shared a recipe for pulled pork rolls sure to be a family favourite
- The ingredients are both affordable and accessible costing under $30
- Both mums use their favourite $6 Master Foods ‘Pulled Pork Cooking Sauce’
An Aussie mum has shared a recipe for the ultimate pulled pork roll that’s bound to become a family favourite.
Mum, Angie, has received hundreds of comments and likes after sharing her recipe, method and go-to specialty cooking sauce.
‘This will be left overs for tomorrow’s lunch for everyone, so cheap,’ Angie said.
‘This will be left overs for tomorrow’s lunch for everyone, so cheap,’ Angie said in the post
The mum seasoned the pork shoulder with salt and pepper and seared it in a hot pan before placing it into the slow cooker with Master Foods Pulled Pork Cooking sauce
Your pulled pork roll ingredient list:
- 2.4 kg pork shoulder: $17.00
- Bread rolls: $2.50
- Coleslaw: $4.00
The ingredients the the foodie used are both affordable and accessible costing under $30 all together.
To make Angie’s pulled pork rolls begin by cutting the skin off a pork shoulder and cooking it inside an oven or airfryer.
Next put the meat inside a slow cooker and set the cooker on low for 7.5 hours.
To make the pulled pork rolls begin by cutting the skin off a pork shoulder and cook it inside of an oven or airfryer
‘[The meat] just falls apart so easy and its done,’ she said.
Mum Leah, also shared her delicious budget-friendly recipe for pulled pork rolls using the same Master Foods cooking sauce.
The ingredients the Aussie mum used are both affordable and accessible
‘Not what you might think of as the cheapest option- but it cooked up into pork and slaw burgers, I roasted the crackling, and put left overs in the freezer for another round,’ Leah said.
The mum made her rolls by removing the skin off a $12 pork shoulder and roasting that separately in the oven.
She then seasoned the pork shoulder with salt and pepper and seared it in a hot pan before placing it into the slow cooker with Master Foods Pulled Pork Cooking sauce.
Finally Leah cooked the pork for nine to ten hours and it fell apart with a fork and assembled the burgers with coleslaw.
The mum said her 19-year-old daughter loved it so much she went back for seconds.