Wolf Claw Meat Handler Forks Review
I recently received a set of Wolf Claw Meat Handler Forks to review for my readers. They are used to pull meat such as pork & chicken as well as picking up large cuts of meat.
I have to say I absolutely love these!
I’m the one that cooks our roasts around here and my family loves me to make them a huge Boston Butt on occasion. The only problem with this is I wear my self out using 2 forks to shred all that meat! Well not any more! I shredded our roast in just a matter of a few minutes & was not wore out after doing so. I was also able to lift the roast out of my pan with these easily, without being frustrated throughout the process. In my opinion these are a kitchen gadget that needs to be in any home that cooks meat needing shred.
If you haven’t cooked a Boston Butt before here is a little recipe for you to try out. Granted I’ve never written a recipe before I will do the best I can:
Pulled Boston Butt
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 7
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
Monounsaturated Fat 0g
Total Carbohydrates 91g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Any size Boston Butt roast - make sure you have a pan such as a dutch oven type pot that it will fit in.
Spices: I sometimes use a spice mix such as Tony Chachere's or a good Lawry's blend or make your own. Any will do.
Optional: half can cola & about half cup of BBQ sauce
Optional: BBQ sauce of choice
Very important: This will be boiled in a pan of water. Make sure your roast fits in your pan with plenty of room and keep an eye on it during the cooking process to ensure that it does not boil over.
First wash your roast then rub it with your spices. The amount of spices you need depends on the size of the roast just sprinkle a good coating all over it. Put it in your pot and fill with water to cover the roast but leave some room at the top of the pan to prevent splashes-add your cola and BBQ sauce now if using. Bring your pan to a boil. Move the roast around to prevent it from sticking when needed. The amount of time will depend on your roast size but your roast will be done when it is tested with food thermometer at 145 degrees according to the USDA but I usually get closer to 160 . When done, shred it then add BBQ sauce if you wish. I put the shredded meat back into the oven for a while to heat the BBQ sauce through but that is up to you. Always taste test then add any additional spices you would like.
The nutritional information for this recipe is not accurate please ignore the below details.
Tunica Mama http://jenblogs.com/
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