Pulled pork is an American barbeque dish in which pork shoulder is typically allowed to cook slowly over smoked-wood to breakdown all of its proteins that make the dish more juicy, tender and melty. Pulled pork contain almost 11 grams of protein in it.
Pulled pork require much hours of your clock to cook it in right way. That’s why instead of cooking a small piece we go for a huge batch and then we store it for our future meals. If you also go for it, than you should know how to reheat your pulled pork properly in different ways while letting its soft texture maintain, without making it dry.
How to reheat pulled pork in an oven:
It’s a very good option for you to easily reheat your pulled pork. There are following steps to follow for this purpose
Reheat your oven for at least 250 degree Fahrenheit.
To make your pulled cork stay juicy and tender and pour a little amount of apple juice or any other liquid all over your meat.
Cover all of your pulled cork with foil and put it into the oven when it’s ready after pre heating.
Now set the temperature at 165 degree Fahrenheit for almost 30 minutes. Now it’s ready to it with full juicy and delicious taste.
How to reheat pulled pork in crock pot:
Crock pot is also known as slow cooker work on base of electricity. This process is easy but requires a lot of time.
When you want to reheat bring you pulled pork out of refrigerator.
Pour apple juice, vinegar or any of other non-fat barbeque sauce over all of meat to keep your pulled pork as refreshing as freshly cooked.
Put your meat into crock pot and let it set on warm for several hours until it reach internal temperature approximately equal to 165 Fahrenheit.
How to reheat pulled pork on stove:
This is a bit easier way and you need few hours for this method. But always keep your flame medium so that your pulled pork reheated properly with juicy and mouth-watering effect.
Take a skillet or flat large-bottomed fry pan and let it pre heat on the stove at medium heat
Place your pulled pork into the skillet and then allowed to warm up gradually.
Also add little amount of liquid or additional sauces for moisture.
Stir your pulled pork occasionally and let it warm on medium flame.
Check the temperature by using a meat thermometer until it reaches 165 degree
Fahrenheit. Now it’s ready to eat!
How to reheat pulled pork in microwave:
This process is very similar to reheating pulled pork in oven. This method is quickest.
First pour the moisturizing juices or sauces on your pulled pork.
Preheat your microwave. And insert the pulled pork into it for 2 to 3 minutes or until it reaches internal temperature of 165 degree Fahrenheit.
You can check temperature by using a meat thermometer.
How to reheat pulled pork in air fryer:
It’s a fairly quick and simplest way with very few steps. And you just need an air flyer available and you go for it.
First pick your pulled pork out of refrigerator to pre heat.
Now add little amount of liquids and other thick BBQ sauces to keep it moist.
Now simply set your air flyer at temperature of 165 degree Fahrenheit and let your pulled pork heat up for 3 to 5 minutes.
How to reheat pulled pork in instant pot:
Instant pot is a brand of multi-cookers and it is a combination of pressure cooker and slow cooker which does not allow the steam to escape. It allows pulled pork reheat quickly.
Put liquids or juices on your pulled pork and let it set.
Now place your pulled pork inside the instant port and you can either go for slow reheating by using warm function or quick reheating by selecting 0 minute cook time at high temperature.
Required time to reheat your pulled pork inside instant pot vary according to the freezing of your pulled pork, otherwise 5 minute is a standard time to reheat.
How to reheat your pulled pork without getting it dry:
There are so many tips to keep your pulled pork stay moist, tender, juicy and delicious while reheating.
- The sauce that drips when you are cooking pulled pork never throw that drips after you finish your cooking in fact save them and later use them as moisturizing liquid when reheating your pulled pork.
- But always first refrigerate your sauce drip and then scratch off the fat layer from the upper side of them.
- If you don’t keep your sauce drips safe then you can use so many other liquids and some meat broth instead.
- You can also add apple juice, vinegar, cider or thick BBQ sauce which provide more flavor and moisture.
In this way, you can easily reheat your pulled pork with different and available methods while maintaining its taste and all refreshing effect as it cook fresh!!