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This crispy roast pork is perfect when eaten plain or piled high on top of a sandwich. Perfectly seasoned and totally delicious.

This crispy roast pork is perfect when eaten plain or piled high on top of a sandwich. Perfectly seasoned and totally delicious.


Crispy pork is just about one of my most favorite things ever. The best part is that it beyond easy to make but it does take a bit of time planning. You are going to have to set aside most of your day letting this sexy beast slow roast until completely cooked. The worst part is the delicious smell that will fill your house around hour 3.

You then have to sit there for another 4 hours just waiting to dig in. It’s pure torture. 

This crispy roast pork is perfect when eaten plain or piled high on top of a sandwich. Perfectly seasoned and totally delicious.

On day one I opted to eat my pork plain and {I may have just simply picked the pork off the roast with my hands….like a caveman} and washed it all down with Stella Artois Cidre. I thought it would pair nicely together since apples and pork are basically a match made in heaven.

Make sure to check back for a few fun recipes using this delicious crispy pork. Well, that is if you don’t eat it all in one sitting.

This crispy roast pork is perfect when eaten plain or piled high on top of a sandwich. Perfectly seasoned and totally delicious.

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Crispy Roast Pork

This crispy roast pork is perfect when eaten plain or piled high on top of a sandwich. Perfectly seasoned and totally delicious.

Yield: 6 pound roast

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 7 hours

Total Time: 7 hours

Ingredients:

  • 6 pound bone-in skin-on pork shoulder
  • Kosher salt
  • Fresh cracked pepper

Source: Serious Eats

Directions:

Pre-heat the oven to 250 degrees. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil, place a wire rack on top and lay down a piece of parchment paper.

Rub the whole roast heavily with salt and pepper.

Lay the roast on the parchment paper and let slow roast for 6.5 hours.

Once the roast is fully cooked remove from the oven and let rest while you heat the oven to 500 degrees.

Once the oven reaches 500 degrees put the roast back in the oven and rotate the pan every 5 minutes. This will help crisp up the skin.

When the roast is crispy remove from the oven and let rest for at least 10 minutes.

Slice and devour!

*Check back for a few fun recipes using this delicious roast pork!

Recipes using crispy pork:

Cuban Sandwich by Nutmeg Nanny

Cuban Sandwich

Crispy Roast Pork Panini with Rapini and Spicy Sauce by Nutmeg Nanny

Crispy Roast Pork Panini with Rapini and Spicy Sauce

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Stella Artois via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Stella Artois.

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JENNIFER LIN

Tuesday 9th of January 2018

this recipe is amazing! I waa wondering, if I get a half picnic, is it the same roast time?

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Susie~Rose Larsen

Friday 29th of August 2014

Awesome ! I'm making this now . Oh how I miss the Hudson Valley...Fall, The gilded otter, Tuthill town grist mill,Warwick valley winery, anything New paltz, Red hook, hiking minnewaska , I'm homesick!!

nutmegnanny

Monday 1st of September 2014

Hi Susie! I hope you loved the pork and I agree about fall in the Hudson Valley. It's the best :)

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