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Unread 02-07-2009, 08:06 PM   #1
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I'm cooking a couple of Butts tomorrow for pulled pork sandwiches that I will be serving next weekend. I will go ahead and pull them, package them with the foodsaver and freeze. My question is what is the best way to reheat the pulled pork to keep it moist?
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Put the foodsaver bags with the pork in hot water and slowly bring them up to serving temp.
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^^^^What he said. Pure gold.
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Thanks, Looks like that's the plan. I'm putting on about 30 pounds of butt so I'm thinking I will have about 15 to 20 pounds of pulled pork. I will heat it up in the water and serve it out of a crock. People will be eating it all afternoon. It's a Daytona party.
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Just make sure fire isn't to hot where bag melts to bottom of pan. Don't ask me how I know. Add a little Apple juice and Rub mixed in before sealing bags. Also helps if meat is chilled.
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Put the foodsaver bags with the pork in hot water and slowly bring them up to serving temp.
how long does it take to get them to serving temp? I am about to try boiling a bag have no idea how long to do it for.
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Simmer, do not boil! depends on how much is in there, but from frozen maybe 20-30 mins
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Just make sure fire isn't to hot where bag melts to bottom of pan. Don't ask me how I know. Add a little Apple juice and Rub mixed in before sealing bags. Also helps if meat is chilled.
Yep, good advise!
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