Pulled Pork in Brioche Buns. Heat the bbq sauce in a small saucepan until piping hot. After this time, take the pork out and remove the lid or the foil. Heat a large non-stick pan until very hot and sear the pork on all sides until golden brown.
Taste the sauce and adjust the seasoning to suit your taste. Take your pulled pork and put it in with the hot BBQ sauce. Great recipe for Pulled Pork in Brioche Buns. You can cook Pulled Pork in Brioche Buns using 16 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Pulled Pork in Brioche Buns
- Prepare of BBQ sauce.
- You need of tomato paste.
- It’s of ketchup.
- It’s of white distilled malt vinegar.
- You need of Worcestershire sauce.
- It’s of demerara sugar.
- It’s of garlic powder.
- It’s of onion granules.
- Prepare of water.
- You need of ground black pepper.
- You need of salt.
- Prepare of fresh lemon juice.
- You need of Brioche.
- It’s of brioche buns (store bought or homemade, there is a recipe on the app*).
- Prepare of pulled pork (see my recipe Ginger Beer Pulled Pork).
- It’s of or 4 small pickles, sliced.
I had two thirds of a shoulder of pork leftover from my Ginger Beer Pulled Pork recipe, and really fancied putting on a rich brioche bun, with pickles and BBQ sauce. I didn't have any BBQ sauce in the fridge, but I did have the ingredients to make one. When ready to serve, spread a little mayo on then base of the buns and top with the pork, cheese and veg. Add a little more BBQ if you like and serve alongside the coleslaw.
Pulled Pork in Brioche Buns instructions
- Put all BBQ sauce ingredients in a small pan, bring up to a simmer..
- Cook sauce for at least 30 minutes, but preferably an hour. You must stay nearby and keep stirring it over a low heat..
- Add lemon juice..
- Taste the sauce and adjust the seasoning to suit your taste..
- Take your pulled pork and put it in with the hot BBQ sauce..
- Warm the pork through over the heat..
- Place the pickle slices in the brioche buns, then spoon in the BBQ pulled pork..
- *The recipe titled 'Brioche1' and while it is vague and ends abruptly before telling you how to bake it, you can follow it (I would suggest you use a stand mixer with a dough hook to 'stir' the dough, and cook it at 200C for 30-35 minutes)..
Mix together the paprika, garlic salt, olive oil and pepper and rub all over the pork. Put onto a rack in a large baking tin, add a cupful of water, cover the tin with foil and put in the oven. King's Hawaiian rolls are my go-to when it comes to pulled pork sandwiches. Brioche Buns -Pulled pork is excellent paired with rich, tender brioche— I recommend trying these by Bakerly. Potato Rolls — With a hint of sweetness, Arnold potato buns are a great choice for pulled pork sandwiches.