Kalua Pork (Slow Cooker)
This is a simple way of making traditional Hawaiian Kalua pig without having to dig a hole in your back yard.
Kalua Pork (quick and easy, an all day cook)
1 pork butt roast
Hawaiian sea salt (you can find it in an Asian store, use a couple (handful)
minced garlic (a handful)
1/2 bottle liquid smoke
Brown rice if desired
Rub the Hawaiian sea salt into your roast, really massage it in, repeat with the liquid smoke (depending on the size I sometimes use 3/4 of the bottle), repeat with the garlic, and rub it in good like you are getting a knot out of someones back, love it, massage, rub, massage, love it. Then wrap it in foil 12 times. This is important!! 12 times!
Cook on low heat 200 degrees for 8-10 hours. Or you can cook it on low in your crock pot depending on size, you could also use a pressure cooker, the longer it cooks the better it is. When it’s done unwrap and throw it over some brown rice. I usually cut open the foil, there will be lots of juice because the fat in it liquefies. Use some of the juice over the top.
If you want you can dissolve some more sea salt in some hot juice and pour over the top. This is to die for, absolutely melt in your mouth goodness.