Happy Friday, everyone! I wanted to share a recipe that I asked from a friend and tried a couple of weeks ago, which is a hit at potlucks (provided the attendees are carnivores). The best part is that there’s barely any ingredients and it’s easy peasy lemon squeezy!
Liquid smoke (located in bbq sauce section)
Hawaiian sea salt (I bought this at World Market)
1) Place the pork in your crock pot, and sprinkle in some liquid smoke and Hawaiian sea salt. I tend to like the “wing it” method when it comes to cooking, but I would guesstimate that I probably use a couple teaspoons or so (we’re not huge fans of salt).
2) Set the crock pot on low for 24 hours.
3) Shred the cabbage, and take out the pork and put in said cabbage into the crock pot. I should’ve probably fully cleaned out all of the meat before putting in the cabbage, but I’ll do so next time. While the cabbage is stewing, shred the pork (since it’s been in the crock pot for 24 hours, this part was super easy). Stew the cabbage until it softens, meanwhile swatting away B’s grubby fingers from the meat as it cooks.
That’s it! I like to serve it over rice, rice baby (dun dun dun dun, dun dun dun dun), but it was also delicious on a roll, especially Hawaiian sweet bread.
If anyone has super easy meals like this, especially in a crock pot since it’s the best treat to have everything ready by the time you get home from work, I’d love to hear them!