Top Rated Boston Butt Recipes

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redkitchen
I've make this and it's a keeper for sure. It's a Paula Deen recipe, so what else is left to say?
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Southern Living APRIL 2010
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John Nicholson (Kate Nicholson's husband), Southern Living MAY 2001
To take the chill off the roast let it stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before cooking.
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Chef #740959
Got this recipe from Paula on the food network.Its easy and good.
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Deely
I put this together yesterday and cooked it today. We thought it turned out fantastic. You can adjust the cooking time depending on roast size and your own cooker recommendations. Time does not include marinating.
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Chef shapeweaver ©
I had a 4 1/2 lb. Boston Butt and didn't want to use it for the usual pulled or BBQ pork. So, this is what I came up with.This is a very plain pork recipe, so if you feel like adding other seasonings or BBQ sauce after cooking go right ahead.The size of the Boston Butt will determine how long the cooking time is.In the case of this recipe it was 8 hours on low.The amount of seasonings you will use is up to you.As I said this is a very plain recipe, and you can use the meat as starting point for all sorts of other dishes. Submitted to " ZAAR " on January 4th, 2010.
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Chef Roly-Poly
I enjoy watching Emeril Live on Food Network so I checked out his Emeril's Southwest Seasoning and used it on chicken and pork chops. Along came a Boston Butt, so I had to try it. It worked out great on a slow cooked roast.
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henrie
Nothing is better then a good Smoked Boston Butt on the grill. This is a good recipe, moist, tender juicy pork, hope you enjoy.
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Red Apple Guy
This is for a smoker. It could be cooked in the oven at 300F but that would be like that restaurant on the moon....great food, but no atmosphere. Charcoal and pecan wood brings this to another level. A Boston Butt also goes by the name Pork Shoulder. Together with the section called "picnic", they comprise the shoulder of the pig. The Boston Butt is the upper section of the shoulder.
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Southern Living APRIL 2005
For the ultimate in comfort food, serve this Boston Butt roast with gravy-drenched roasted potatoes, carrots, and onions.Prep: 20 min.; Bake: 3 hrs., 30 min.; Stand: 10 min.; Cook: 15 min.
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DrGaellon
In this recipe, Boston butt (aka pork shoulder) is brined in salt and sugar, then roasted with garlic butter and sweet vermouth to yield a pork roast that's a little like a ham (without the weeks of curing). Adapted from a recipe in _Good Meat_ by Deborah Krasner as published at Serious Eats by Caroline Russock. http://bit.ly/aPqXVG
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MsSally
This was given to me by a friend. This is a great way to do a boston butt roast.
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