24 Hour Sous Vide Pork Shoulder. I like a good slow-smoked, true barbecue pork shoulder just as much as the next guy. In fact, I probably like the process way more than the next guy. Still, there are times when we want things a little more streamlined, a little more hands-off, a little more reliable.
Below are some sous vide time and temperatures for pork shoulder, as well as several recipes for sous vide pork shoulder and butt roasts. For a lot more detailed information, be sure to check out my guide to sous vide Boston butt , it goes into a lot more information about the best ways to maximize your flavor that all apply equally to picnic. This version, a sous vide barbecue pulled pork shoulder recipe, is a hearty sous vide party dish. You can have 24 Hour Sous Vide Pork Shoulder using 2 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of 24 Hour Sous Vide Pork Shoulder
- You need 1 each of Pork shoulder.
- Prepare 1 of KA BBQ Rub.
Serve it for an event or party, like football or march madness parties, easy dinners and potlucks. Not much work goes into cooking sous vide pork, and it's one of those easy sous vide recipes that can can feed a crowd. We come back again to two main reasons: convenience (monitoring a grill for the one to two hours it takes to finish a pork shoulder is much less of a commitment than monitoring it all day) and texture. Believe it or not, some recipes suggest a slower and lower pork treatment still.
24 Hour Sous Vide Pork Shoulder instructions
- Make a batch of bbqtv's KA bbq rub. Coat your pork generously. If you have time, let your meat sit overnight..
- Prepare water bath to 71C.
- Place seasoned pork in a vacuum bag and seal tightly. The pressure doesn't matter too much as long as the air is out of it..
- Submerge in water bath for 24 hours..
What we love about sous vide is the experimenting you can do at home. Take the sous vide bag out of the water and remove the cooked pork shoulder from the bag and reserve the sous vide juices. Dry the shoulder thoroughly using paper towels or a dish cloth. Here is a easy recipe for Carnitas, (Mexican Pork) that you can make with your Sous Vide Cooker. Also included is a recipe for Pico de Gallo.