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Top Rated Kalua Pork Recipes

This recipe showcases Cholula hot sauce and gives a new meaning to nachos. The pulled pork gets its Kalua flavoring from the liquid smoke and sugar.
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Linda Rogers
Savory pork butt with a smokey flavor. Any coarse salt can be used in place of the Hawaiian sea salt.
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www.epicurean.com
Combine salt, garlic, ginger and liquid smoke. Rub meat generously down in mixture. Save left over sauce. Wrap meat in aluminum foil. Cook in a crock pot, fill half way with water, on the sides of the roast. Cook all day, until meat will shred. ...
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Color Guard Mom
Our pastor's wife, while we were stationed in Hawaii, gave me this recipe. It taste just like the imu pit roast pork, like they serve at luaus. It's really easy to prepare too. I get tons of compliments and requests for the recipe every time I make it. It is really suppose to say 1 handful of rock salt, but the system won't take that as a measurement. I usually halve the recipe, so I'm not real sure how many servings this makes. I know it makes LOTS. Also - not sure what the size of the bottle is for liquid smoke, but it's small and I believe it is the only size you can buy at a regular grocery store. This can be frozen and tastes just as good, even a month later!
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Great!full
I've had this recipe for years. It was the star of an office party hosted by my boss's wife. We all requested the recipe and I've used it frequently. You can get creative with the type of preserves you use; I've tried a variety of fruit w/chilis preserves for a nice kick. I usually serve it with brown rice pilaf and roasted regetables. My dh requests it often and my girls love it, too. Makes terrific leftovers!
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Chef #876299
<3..from ...aloha paradise hawaiian grille...
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Recipes courtesy Sam Choy, Kona, Hawaii
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Lorrie Hulston Corvin, Cooking Light MARCH 2005
This more accessible version of the classic slow-roasted pig enjoyed at luaus is cooked as a pork roast in a regular oven.
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Ruby
Fire up the tiki torches -- its time for a luau! This delicious slow-roasted pork is rubbed with sea salt and liquid smoke to recall the glorious flavors of pig cooked in a traditional Hawaiian imu. Once cooked and cooled, it can be shredded and served with poi, yams or even on a bun. You may use ordinary sea salt for this recipe if the Hawaiian variety is unavailable.
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muncheechee
I found this recipe as I was searching for "cheap dinners." Mandy, the creator of this recipe uses the pork loin from Sam's Club that usually weighs in at 8lbs per loin for about $1.60 per pound. I wish I had found this recipe a couple months ago when I had bought one of those huge pork loins but didn't really know what to do with it! Cutting it into pork chops has worked well but my next pork loin will be used in this recipe. I had never heard of using plastic wrap in the oven but she proves it works and holds in all the moisture. (Servings are approximate) For the tutorial video, visit her site: http://www.gourmetmomonthego.com/2009/04/cheap-and-fabulous-freezer-dinners.html
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Chef #876299
<3..from......aloha paradise hawaiian grille
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