My favorite easy pulled pork method comes up again! This time, with a different BBQ sauce for variation.
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork with Bourbon Orange Coriander BBQ Sauce
I asked the gang to vote between three BBQ sauces: tangy coffee, rhubarb, and this one. This one won by a landslide, I think because of the bourbon :) The orange flavor really came through, so it was an interesting take on a sweet BBQ sauce.
Modifications: I didn't cook the sauce because I knew I'd just be throwing it in to the slow cooker anyway. Time savings! I omitted the garlic per usual and used a sweet tea bourbon since that sounded good. Everyone made fun of me because I bought a tiny bottle of bourbon for cooking instead of having a real bottle for my (nonexistent) alcohol collection. I swapped out the sauce called for in the pulled pork recipe with this one; luckily they both had about the same yield.
This sounds like nonsense health food, but it was actually quite good. The dressing was very tangy and I'd definitely use it again. Trader Joe's came to the rescue with pre-chopped kale, but it wasn't perfect because they leave a lot of the tough stems on. Why?? I really enjoyed the sweetness that the raisins added to the salad.
Modifications: I omitted the red onion (don't like it raw in salads), bell pepper (too expensive here! not paying $2 for a single pepper), avocado (forgot), goji berries (??), and hemp seed (???). The dressing calls for nutritional yeast (????), which I couldn't find, so I left it out and it was still great.
This was good, but had the same problem that I have every time I make a lemon or limeade -- too much pulp. Even with a juicer that strains, I still get a bit of pulp and I don't like any at all in these kinds of drinks.