Sunday, February 2, 2014

Pulled Pork - chili style!

My DH love, love, loooooooves chili. If it was up to him, we would eat chili everyday, on every meal, with every bite!
He has as many chili-type oils as I have body creams or shoes (yeah - THAT many!!).

So to make something special for him on his B-day, I made him a very speciel Pulled Pork - chili style.

....and because I love my blog as well - here you all go:

Pennies Pulled Pork - chili style:

Depending om how many you intend on feeding (or want for more days).
This rub is for 2 pork loins. 

The dry rub:
50 g brown sugar (or substitute)
50 g strong paprika (or mild if you prefer it not so strong)
2 tbl. sp. freshly grated black pepper
2 tbl. sp. good flaky salt 
2 tbl. sp. cayenne pepper
2 tsp. mustard powder
1 tbl. sp. onion powder
½ tbl. sp. garlic powder (or garlic salt, but then reduce flaky salt)
½ tbl. sp. ground cilantro (coriander). 
½ tbl. sp. chilimix (your favorite chilimix)

The day before servering you marinade the two pork loins in this dry rub and let sit in the fridge, preferably in a bag overnight (+6 hours). Be sure and really rub it in there!

In the summer time we would cook this on the BBQ - but since it's covered in snow at the moment, I made it in the oven
(and you can too no problem). 

Early in the morning (Aprox. 12 houres before you plan to serve it), set the oven to 110 degrees and cook the Pork loins for 12 hours. After 12 hours and the house is full of a wonderful meat-aroma, take the roasts out of the oven and let them rest for 30 min. before pulling the juicy, tender meat apart in thick slices. 

Add a chili hot sauce of your own creation to the mix (or use mine):

Spicy sauce:
2 dl apple vinegar
3 tbl. sp. favourite brand of ketchup
2 tbl. sp. brown sugar (or substitute)
2 tsp. salt
2 tbl. sp. tabasco
1-2 tsp. chili-flakes (or by taste)
1-2 tsp. freshly grated black pepper

Cover the freshly pulled pork in sauce and make your Pulled Pork burger! YUM!!

Add additional hot-sauce when your wives apparently isn't HOT enough...


Pennie :)


  1. This looks yummy! Thanks for linking to What'd You Do This Weekend. See you next week.

    Wishes for tasty dishes,
    Linda @ Tumbleweed Contessa

  2. Thx for having me Linda :) More tasty dishes to come!!

  3. I've never had pulled pork in chili before! It sounds delicious! And that is too funny about the hot sauce. Pinning :-) Have a great night!
    --Ashley @

    1. Oh boy, it is too late for me apparently lol. I meant chili style pulled pork :-)