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Pork Shoulder Asian Hoisin Style Slow Roast

Slow roasting is a great way to utilise cheaper cuts and maximise flavour.

This family favourite using locally farmed Australian Lean Shoulder Of Pork is sure to please.



Category: Marinades & Glazes Pork
Seasons:  All
Cuisine Type Latin


For 4 Person(s)


2 KG Pork Shoulder, bone in, skin removed and fat trimmed
6 Garlic Cloves, smashed
1 piece Ginger fresh roughly trimmed
0.5 cup hoisin sauce
0.5 cup plum sauce
1 cup Apple cider
Juice & zest of 1 lime

Corn, tomato & Bean Salad

Kernels of 1 cob of corn
1 punnet cherry tomatoes
410 g Bean mix
1 tablespoon Parsley chopped
Olive Oil
Juice of 1 lemon

Pork Shoulder Asian Hoisin Style Slow Roast Directions

    1. Preheat the oven to 140°C
    2. Place the garlic, ginger, lime juice and zest, hoisin sauce and plum sauce in a blender, blend till smooth and well combined. Season with salt and pepper.
    3. Line a deep baking dish with some baking paper, place the shoulder of pork into the dish and spread the hoisin and plum sauce over the trimmed pork shoulder. Pour the apple cider around the base of the pork.
    4. Cover with a piece of baking paper then completely cover and seal tightly with foil.
    5. Place in the oven and cook slowly for approximately 8 hours or overnight. When ready the pork should be very tender, place on a board with pan juices beside.
    6. For the corn and bean salad, toss the ingredients together, season and sprinkle with chopped parsley and a drizzle of olive oil.
    7. Serve glazed pork with grilled corn and the corn and bean salad.

Recipe notes

Have your MidWest Butcher prepare your Shoulder Of Roasting pork as per the recipe. It only takes a couple of minutes for our artisan butchers and is all part of the service.

If purchasing your Shoulder of Pork online for home delivery or Click N Collect simply let us know you'd like to cook this delicious recipe in the "Additional Information" at the checkout.

recipe development & photo credit: Australian Pork

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