The ultimate pulled pork recipes

Cooked slow and low, pulled pork is a great way to feed a crowd. And it’s really versatile, so there are loads of different ways to flavour and serve. So whether you’re looking to cook a platter of shredded Cajun pork, spicy chipotle tacos, or a rich stew, we have the ultimate pulled pork recipes for you.

  1. The taco

    Smothered in spicy chipotle chilli paste, slow-cooked and served with pink pickled onions, these pulled pork tacos are made for warm summer’s evenings and ice cold margaritas (or even margarita ice cream...). Cheers!

  2. The platter

    Serving pulled pork as your main meat makes it a great alternative to a traditional Sunday roast, meaning everyone can tuck in and there's no tricky carving involved. For a rich, warming feast, try this pulled pork with mustard lentils which is both fresh and comforting at the same time. For something with more sunshine flavour, this jerk pulled pork is full of spices and great to eat al fresco with Caribbean-inspired rice and peas. 

  3. The bun

    Burgers, hotdogs, bacon sarnies... some of our favourite meaty treats are best served in bread, and pulled pork is no exception. Loaded with tender, smoky paprika pork and creamy slaw, this overflowing pork bun is a definite rival for any burger, while these tangy pulled pork hotdogs make an easy summer feast as they use ready-prepared pulled pork to add fiery flavour to traditional sausages. 

  4. The fajita

    Piled high with roasted peppers, Cheddar, shredded lettuce and juicy cherry tomatoes, these vibrant fajitas are the perfect way to feed your family over the weekend, as you can make them as mild or spicy as you like. The meat is cooked for around five hours, so it’s meltingly tender and falls apart at the touch of a fork.

  5. The brunch

    Pulled pork isn’t just for dinner, it’s also perfect for brunch, which is perfect if you've got leftovers from last night's dinner. This hearty pulled pork hash, flavoured with cumin and coriander and topped with a runny poached egg, is the perfect easy recipe for refueling on a weekend morning. Anyone for seconds?

  6. The stew

    After a long day, why not sink into a bowl of this super-statisfying pulled pork stew? Shredded pork shoulder is paired with tomatoes, peppers and cannellini beans, while an orange and parsley gremolata livens up the dish with a pop of citrus freshness.