How to Cook Pork Butt

Just like all the other pork cuts, pork butt is a nice cut that people can use to prepare delectable dishes.

It has a tender texture, pleasant flavor, and a fine taste, all of which are guaranteed to contribute to a truly satisfying gastronomic experience for everyone.

For those who want to know how to cook pork butt, some of the available recipes that use such ingredients are Breaded Pork Butt and Glazed Pork Butt.

Place the frying pan on top of a medium-heat stove. Heat some vegetable oil. When hot enough, start frying the pork butt slices. Add pepper and salt.

After that, prepare a large paper towel and then put the slices on it. Place them in a Teflon-coated pan and cover with aluminum foil. Set the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit and bake the dish for about an hour.

This recipe is enough for eight individuals.

Glazed Pork Butt

This is another interesting pork butt recipe, which makes use of primary ingredients like 4 pieces of whole black peppers, 2 pieces of whole cloves, and at least 3 pounds of boneless smoked pork butt.

Additionally, prepare 6-piece medium-sized white turnips, 6-piece medium-sized carrots, and about 2 pounds of cabbage.

Likewise, you will also need a piece of chopped parsley, 2 teaspoons of prepared mustard, and ¼-cup orange marmalade.

Find a nice clean 8-quart kettle. Put the pork butt inside. Add about 3 cups of water, cloves, and peppers, and then cover the kettle. Put it on top of medium-high heat and wait for it to boil.

After it boils, lower the heat and then simmer the dish for about 2¼ hours. Meanwhile, start removing the outer leaves of the cabbage.

After that, slice the cabbage into six wedges. Cut the turnips and carrots in half.

Approximately 30 minutes before the pork is done, add the vegetables to the mix. After the said cooking time, remove the dish from the kettle.

Get a small bowl and then combine the mustard with the marmalade. Spread the mixture right onto the pork butt. Place the dish inside the broiler and then leave for about 3 to 4 minutes.

On a clean large serving platter, arrange the vegetables and pork. Sprinkle the parsley as well as the turnips on top of the dish. Serve and enjoy.