- Joined Aug 25, 2012
Thanks, gotta try this!!
The Powder is more concentrated per spoonful so if it is less than 3 months old just use a little less. However if over 3 months or so old the finer powder will lose its flavor more rapidly so you would use the same amount to make up for the weaker flavor of the older Powder...JJHow would measurements be affected using powdered onion and garlic instead of granulated??
No problem...This recipe is sufficient for 5-6 pounds of finished Pulled Pork, depending on how wet you want it. I frequently Reheat this amount of PP with a 1/2 to 1Cup of Apple Juice then add the finishing sauce to taste at the end. For that amount of PP make 5X the recipe and add as needed and offer left overs on the side...JJI realize this is an old thread but hope that Chef JJ will see this. 1st i just made your finishing sauce and it is awesome indeed!! Just two quick questions.
1. How many butts or lbs is this recipe intended to "finish"?
2. I smoked and refrigerated about 25 lbs of PP without any finishing sauce. When i reheat should I add this and then reheat or reheat and then add the finishing sauce.
Finishing Sauce is really a broad term that refers to any sauce you add directly to the Meat to flavor and moisten before service. It can be as simple as Apple Juice or your favorite BBQ Sauce to elaborate concoctions containing Boozes and assorted mixers or juices. Many NC Q shops just hit their Pulled Pork with copious amounts of Cider Vinegar and Hot Sauce. I vary between two depending on my families mood. This one is a kicked up N Carolina style, Vinegar and spices...If you like Sweeter PP, this one is great...http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/110881/foiling-juice-chef-jimmyj You can add additional styles of BBQ Sauce on your sandwich or plate as you wish...JJCan someone give me the exact definition of a "finishing sauce?"
Is this what you put on the pork after you have pulled it...or directly onto the sandwich (if you're making pulled pork sandwiches).
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