I love pork shoulders. They make for ridiculously easy bulk protein cooks. They are fairly priced and as you will see, quite versatile. The following recipes will provide you with basic pulled pork recipes, kalua pig style recipes, and even crock pot carnitas. Save this post for the next time you decide to grab a pork shoulder at the market, or are simply craving pulled pork.
If you’re in the mood for a meaty-stew type of dish, one with some mild kick, look no further than this recipe from paleomg.com.
2. Paleo Smoky Crock Pot Pulled Pork
One of my own simple recipes, the addition of smoked paprika really delivers a smokey taste that yields a delicious pulled pork that goes great with everything!
Another one of my recipes! This Italian spin on pulled pork has an awesome gravy flavored by sweet Italian peppers and artichokes.
One of my favorite recipes from nomnompaleo.com, featuring bacon and Hawaiian sea salt.
An extremely simple carnitas recipe for any night of the week, flavored by bay leaves and thyme.
I love the addition of liquid smoke to this recipe!
This tasty recipe grabs its flavor from cumin, chili powder, cloves, and pineapple juice!
This recipe utilizes an overnight dry rub for an awesome crust and flavor!
Another recipe that uses a beautiful dry rub spice blend.
13. Paleo Slow Cooker Puerto Pibil
Cilantro lime anything is great. This recipe uses some of my favorite flavors, similar to my recipe for a whole chicken.
16. Crockpot Pulled Pork Chili
Pulled pork and chili are combined into one hearty dish in this recipe, mmm.
This recipe has you cut your pork shoulder into cubes, and uses sherry vinegar.
This recipe yields a meaty soup with spiralized veggie noodles. Highly recommended.
This recipe is perfect for a cold or rainy day. Feel-good food.
This super easy recipe uses an Italian spice blend rub.
This recipe from PaleoCupboard includes orange and lime juice, and they make the pork super tender.
This recipe is super duper simple, using liquid smoke and sea salt.
This carnitas recipe uses sweet Spanish paprika and oregano for a unique flavor.
This recipe uses celery salt and powdered mustard, and goes great with everything.