Slow cooked pork shoulder pancakes

You wouldn’t think that summer and slow cooking go together, but actually I think sticking a big hunk of meat into the oven for a few hours and forgetting about it is the nicest way to enjoy a sunny afternoon AND a delicious dinner!

I had some friends round for dinner on Monday, and I decided to slow cook a beautiful pork shoulder with a Chinese char siu marinade. Served with pancakes, cucumber, spring onions and hoisin sauce it was an homage to Peking duck pancakes – providing a fun DIY starter for a light and summery evening meal.

This recipe was created for Farmison.com – get the recipe for slow cooked pork shoulder pancakes.

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