No ImagePressure Cooker Chinese Pulled Pork

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  1. Felishia

    Not the greatest pulled pork recipe I’ve made. I made it according to the recipe but the flavors are just not my thing when I think of pulled pork. My husband didn’t mind it so much but I had to put some BBQ sauce over it in order to finish. I probably wouldn’t make this again because I like a more BBQ style pulled pork sandwich.

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  2. Flo

    Would pork leg be too tough for this, do you think?

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  3. Fuzzyfur

    Pork Loin (not tenderloin) is on sale for a great price at my local store….do you think I could use it instead of Shoulder (which is considerably more expensive)?

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  4. Foodiewife

    Wow, wow, wow! This was so delicious! I loved the Chinese 5-Spice Powder. The pulled pork turned out so tender. I made homemade Chinese Steamed Buns and an Asian Slaw and these were devoured by my family. This is the third recipe of yours I’ve made and it’s so good! By the way, I did buy your book and I love it!

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  5. Gayle

    I made this last Sunday for an easy dinner. While the pork came out very tender and there was plenty of flavorful sauce, we found that the Chinese five spice powder gave the dish a “sweeter” taste…almost along the lines of a dessert, in our opinion, and followed the recipe to a T. I think it’s because of the cinnamon and clove that’s in the McCormick Five Spice powder we got at the store. We’ve never used this spice blend before and were eager to try it. If I were to make it again, I’d probably cut back on the Five spice powder. My son and his fiancé, on the other hand, loved it and finished it up. Always love trying Coco’s recipes and will continue to do so!

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