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Old 01-08-2017, 04:08 PM   #71
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I just use onions, garlic, salt and pepper in any roast, pork or beef, when I want to make multiple distinct meals. Smells good and easy to add your preferred flavor profiles when served.
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Old 01-08-2017, 05:06 PM   #72
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I do the same as Princess - simple seasoning at first. That way, pulled pork can have multiple lives as sandwiches with added BBQ sauce and caramelized onions, or with cumin/chili powder/adobo sauce or whatever seasoning you love for Mexican dishes, or sesame oil/soy sauce, etc. for Asian dishes, and so much more. I love having a supply of pulled pork in the freezer.
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Old 01-08-2017, 05:11 PM   #73
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Old 01-11-2017, 11:24 AM   #74
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I do the same as Princess - simple seasoning at first. That way, pulled pork can have multiple lives as sandwiches with added BBQ sauce and caramelized onions, or with cumin/chili powder/adobo sauce or whatever seasoning you love for Mexican dishes, or sesame oil/soy sauce, etc. for Asian dishes, and so much more. I love having a supply of pulled pork in the freezer.
That's how it's done around here.
My favorite is pulled pork enchiladas, taquitos,pork and refried bean burritos.
Ok, time to call my son and remind him to bring home my BUTT order.

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Old 01-11-2017, 11:45 AM   #75
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Msmofet,

I didn't forget your request yesterday for the chili.Sorry for the delay.
Home life had to take top priority.

As for the IP Smoked Chicken Recipe it was very simple.

Pre soaked 2 cups of pinto beans over night.Drain.
Set the IP to Bean/Chili until they were done.
Smoke your chicken until it's fully cooked.Remove the skin.Shred it up.

When your ready add it all to the IP with your choice of seasonings. Add a few cups of water. Set mine on slow cook.

Hope this helped ya.
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Old 01-11-2017, 01:36 PM   #76
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When I made refried beans in the IP, I didn't soak them first and they were great. It's one of the cool advantages of the pressure cooker
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When I made refried beans in the IP, I didn't soak them first and they were great. It's one of the cool advantages of the pressure cooker
Recipe/method please.
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Recipe/method please.
I need to update it a little and then I'll post it. It looks like I combined several recipes and winged it, according to my notes
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I need to update it a little and then I'll post it. It looks like I combined several recipes and winged it, according to my notes
I do that all the time. I research then pick and choose the profile I like and pick the best method. Then play around till it sounds good.

I had a recipe somewhere that I wanted to try which called for bacon fat to fry the beans in. But I can't find it. Yours will be a tried recipe so I won't be worried about trying it. It would go great with the shredded pork I want to do in the IP.

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I don't know what the difference is between an Inst a Pot and this The One Hour Indoor Pressure Smoker - Hammacher Schlemmer

but I am freaking loving the hot smoke functionality and the pressure cooker functionality of this toy. And the life-time warranty.

And the pastrami turned out very tasty. Can't wait to cold smoke cheese!
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