Festive Pulled Pork
Pick n Pay - Mar 8th, 15:55
Cranberry jelly gives the sauce a sweet and sticky festive flavour.
2kg of PnP Butchery Beef Brisket Bone-in
15ml of PnP Extra Lite Olive Oil
1 dash of Cerebos Spice Salt and Pepper
2 of PnP Onions, sliced
2 of PnP Garlic Cloves, crushed
125ml of Serena Balsamic Vinegar
250ml of Knorrox Beef Stock Cubes
250ml of Freshpak Rooibos Teabags
125ml of Richelieu Brandy
1 jar of Staffords Cranberry Jelly, (155g)
4 of PnP Bay Leaves Refill
4 stalks of PnP Herbs Thyme
4 PnP Celery Fingers stalks, sliced
1 loaf focaccia, to serve
packet of PnP Four Seasons Salad, to serve
Preheat oven to 170°C.
Rub beef with oil and season. Brown in a heavy-based ovenproof casserole.
Remove meat and set aside.
Add onion and fry until golden. Add garlic and fry for a minute.
Add balsamic vinegar and cook until caramelised, about 2 minutes
Stir in stock, tea, brandy, cranberry jelly, herbs, and celery and return meat to casserole.
Cover and roast for 2 hours.
Remove lid and cook for another hour until meat is tender and can be pulled apart using two forks, and sauce has reduced by a third.
Season to taste.
Serve with focaccia and salad leaves.
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