Pulled pork is a signature American dish and has been a staple for almost every chef in the United States, especially in the Carolina states. The dish is made by slowly cooking a large piece of pork at low temperatures, turning the tough meat into a tender and attractive delicacy.
Because the nature of cooking pulled pork is cooking large, tough pieces of meat, I usually end up with a lot of leftovers.
The problem with leftover pulled pork is that it just doesn’t last long without preservation and loses a lot of the tenderness when put in the refrigerator for long periods of time, sometimes feeling like a less tasty version of beef jerky. That is why I have spent a lot of time on the Web searching for reheating methods and adjust them with my experience.
If you are having trouble with left-over pulled pork, then this is the perfect place to start. The methods I have compiled below is sure to make your reheated dish as good as new. Now, let us tune in on how to reheat pulled pork.