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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Crock Pot Kalua Pork

You've probably seen this recipe all over the internet. Where I saw this recipe I can't remember but they all seem to be the same three ingredients - Hawaiian sea salt, liquid smoke, and pork shoulder. If you want this to be true paleo, you use bacon to get the smoky flavor. And because it's cooked in the crock pot, very summer cooking friendly. I'm melting as I write this up.

I remember having Kalua pork when I was in Hawaii. At the luau, of course. So good. Can't say this is the same, but whatever. It's tasty.

Crock Pot Kalua Pork

7lbs pork shoulder/picnic cut/pork pork pork
1 tablespoon liquid smoke (I used hickory)
2.5 tablespoons Hawaiian sea salt

Place pork in crock pot dish, Add smoke and salt, mix to combine. Set on low and let it cook overnight. Pull apart with fork. Eat to your heart's content.

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