- Tomato Ketchup (large dollop)
- garlic puree (1tsp)
- Tomato passata (half a carton)
- Brown sugar (2tbsp)
- Soy Sauce (3tbsp)
- half an onion finely chopped
Add all the ingredients to a pan and allow to mix and simmer. Add your cold pork and leave to cook for around ten to fifteen minutes. The longer you leave it simmering the softer the meat will become.
Just before the end, I chose to chop some spinach finely and add to the pan. When mixed in, you could hardly tell there was any greenery in the dish, and it’s a good way of getting hidden vegetables into the kids.
When the heat is off the pan, take two forks and gently pull the pork apart going with the grain.
I didn’t have any burger rolls to serve with, but we did have some pitta breads, so a quick warm up under the grill to allow them to open easier, and I was able to add the pulled pork to the open breads to serve.
I served mine with my homemade coleslaw.