Pork Shoulder Roast
Whether cooking pork shoulder or a butt roast, browse these recipes to find the perfect way to barbecue, grill or smoke this meaty pork roast cut.
For this recipe, a pork shoulder is braised in balsamic vinegar and red wine, both of which balance the sweetness of the fruit and contribute a delectable kick to the sauce.
Try this spruced-up version of traditional Southern comfort food the next time your family has something to celebrate. Stir in Monterey Jack and cheddar for a cheesy take on grits.
This is no ordinary roast with potatoes. Made with a tangy, creamy sauce of cream cheese seasoned with ranch dressing, this one-dish meal stands in a category all its own.
This harvest meal features tender pork shoulder and sausage seasoned with tarragon and fennel, plus a generous helping of fluffy mashed sweet potatoes.
Sweet pineapple balances the hint of heat in the tomato sauce that tenderizes the pork shoulder.
For tenderness and flavor, the pork is marinated in a thin, vinegary, tangy-sweet sauce for 24 hours before being grilled in a smoker. Serve this main dish sandwich the traditional way, on rolls or buns topped with coleslaw and more Memphis-style sauce.
Grilled pork and chipotle mayonnaise sauce flavor these Mexican-inspired tortilla sandwiches. Look for chipotle chile powder in the herb and spice aisle of your supermarket.
Throughout West Africa, Jollof Rice is a festive one-pot pork, curry, chile pepper, tomato,and rice dish. Originatiing with the Wolof tribe of Gambia, this dish is slow-simmered for flavor and tenderness.
Spice up this slow cooker sweet potato meal with hot smoked sausage links.
This slow cooker recipe is easy on the cook and easy on the budget. Inexpensive pork shoulder makes a savory taco filling when cooked with tomatoes, chiles and corn.
Slow cook beer-simmered pork and sauerkraut to serve on rye bread with Swiss cheese.
Coat your pork shoulder in the spicy wet rub the night before you plan to serve this dinner, then pop the meat in the oven when you get home for a tender and flavorful entree.
Enjoy this Asian-influenced soup with good taste and good nutrition in mind--the edamame (green soybeans)--are a great source of soy. Use the slow cooker for added convenience.
For more of the flavor of Germany, heat Bavarian-style sauerkraut to serve along with the well-seasoned pork and tangy gravy.