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Kalua pork #8120817 01/08/21 04:16 PM
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The wife has lots of family in Hawaii, and this is a staple for them. Here’s my lazy Hawaii/TX fusion using an instant pot - it’s stupid easy and really good. Can easily do the same thing with any slow cooker or smoker and some extra time. Steam is the key here since it’s traditionally slow cooked in a pit wrapped with banana leaves.

Season roast (in this case a deboned ham from one of last season’s sows) with whatever rub you want to use. I highly recommend some Hawaiian red salt or similar - my MIL brought me the ono from her last Maui trip.

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Let it rest uncovered in fridge for a few hours minimum

Brown in instant pot, place on trivet, and add a few dashes of liquid smoke and enough water to cover bottom but not touch meat (we want this to pressure-steam, not braise).

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Pressure cook for 90 minutes followed by slow natural steam release. ~2 hours total

Reserve liquid, skim off fat, shred pork, and add half reserved liquid back to shredded pork. Use the remaining liquid to steam some chopped cabbage on the stove top.

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Serve kalua pork on cabbage with a side of rice (with some soy sauce if desired).

I need to add a picture of the finished product...will have to take it using some leftovers ... confused2 food

edit: leftover lunch photo below!
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Re: Kalua pork [Re: MeanGreen85] #8120848 01/08/21 04:30 PM
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Lookin' good brah! I lived and worked for years in Hawaii, and love Kalua pork anyway you fix it. From an Imu underground is huge traditional way, and many wedding and reunion luaus that's the star!! My friends that are still there send me pics all the time to torment me. smile. Truly Ono, "the best"..

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Re: Kalua pork [Re: MeanGreen85] #8120890 01/08/21 04:59 PM
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Looks a lot like pulled pork. I'd eat the snot out of that.


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Re: Kalua pork [Re: Blank] #8120955 01/08/21 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Blank
Lookin' good brah! I lived and worked for years in Hawaii, and love Kalua pork anyway you fix it. From an Imu underground is huge traditional way, and many wedding and reunion luaus that's the star!! My friends that are still there send me pics all the time to torment me. smile. Truly Ono, "the best"..


That is awesome (minus the teaser pics haha). Mahalo!

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Originally Posted by MeanGreen85
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Lookin' good brah! I lived and worked for years in Hawaii, and love Kalua pork anyway you fix it. From an Imu underground is huge traditional way, and many wedding and reunion luaus that's the star!! My friends that are still there send me pics all the time to torment me. smile. Truly Ono, "the best"..


That is awesome (minus the teaser pics haha). Mahalo!

Ate some in Hawaii when we went at a luau. It tasted awesome to me, of course it was a tourist type deal so no clue how good or authentic it really was.


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That looks legit A* food


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Originally Posted by 2Beez
That looks legit A* food

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Re: Kalua pork [Re: MeanGreen85] #8122074 01/09/21 03:12 PM
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Good work sir

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Looks good!


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Need some lomi salmon, rice, poi, laulau and mac salad to to with. Killah grindz

Re: Kalua pork [Re: MeanGreen85] #8123573 01/10/21 08:36 PM
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I wanna hog hunt in Hawaii and cook a pig on the beach where the whole town is invited. I ever hit the lotto, the entire broke back goose hunt crew and numerous others are invited. It’s on me fellas!


Mean Green, that looks amazing sir! up


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