Southern BBQ pork in the Instant Pot
Southern Style BBQ
6lbs Boneless Pork loin
1 bottle Mustard based BBQ sauceI used Barry's brand. You can find them on Facebook and online. Any mustard base will do.
1 1/2 cup Water
Did you know that there are three different based BBQ’s? Growing up my entire life I only knew of red BBQ sauce. It wasn’t until I moved to the south that sweet tea and southern BBQ came into my life. It’s never been the same truthfully:) I mean that in the happiest of ways. Even if you do not live in the south you can still enjoy a southern BBQ pork style meal. I made my Southern BBQ pork in the Instant Pot this evening and I just had to share.
I made a traditional BBQ pork back a month or so ago, and that too is delicious. But this mustard based is my favorite.
In the Carolina’s region where we live: Mustard base BBQ sauce is as common in the south as a 90 degree day in July.
- Meat of Choice: Pork
- Wood of Choice: Hickory; Oak also used. Of course, today I am sharing the Instant Pot method
- Famous Dish: Pulled Pork, Whole Hog
- Sauce Style: Vinegar Based in East; Tomato Based in West; Mustard Based also served in Georgia & South Carolina.
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First drizzle a little vegetable oil on the bottom of your inner pot.
Cut pork loin in half, or three parts.
Lightly saute on each side and season with a pepper.
Pour bottle of BBQ sauce over your pork loins.
Add 1 1/2 cups of water.
Place lid on pot, seal.
Cook on Manual high for 1 hour 15 minutes.
Let naturally release. Open pot and shred your pork with knife or hand mixer in a separate bowl.
Enjoy! I made baked potatoes and corn on the cob on the side.
NOTES: Website for Southern BBQ sauce: www.barrysscbbq.com
|6lbs Boneless Pork loin|
|1 bottle Mustard based BBQ sauce|
|1 1/2 cup Water|