Luscious Braised Pork

Luscious Braised Pork This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a fork for this delicious wine day or any other day meal. https://mythings2do.com/2018/05/22/luscious-braised-porkYou know those dinners that just taste better the next day as leftovers? That’s what this is. The Gochujang and wine really gets into the meat and, OMG, I can’t even tell you how good it tastes.  Just writing this is making my mouth water… LOL.

If you haven’t tasted Gochujang let me introduce you. This is a Koren spice that is just phenomenal. I buy the mild Gochujang because honestly, I’m afraid that if I bought medium or hot that it would be too much for me. Gochujang is not an upfront in your mouth kind of heat, it’s a heat that comes in on the end and boy is it great.  It’s a fermented hot pepper paste.  I just want to put it on everything.

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National Wine day is May 25th.  And when I thought of what I wanted to do for that day, well, I came up with this.

Luscious Braised Pork This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a fork for this delicious wine day or any other day meal. https://mythings2do.com/2018/05/22/luscious-braised-pork

Luscious pork made with Gochujang and wine taste as good if not better the day after it’s made.

This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a spoon or fork.

Ingredients are:

2pounds cubed Pork seasoned with s ,p,  and g

Red Wine (any red wine that you love to drink)

Gochujang

Udon noodles

Edamame (bought in the frozen section)

 

 

I love taking a pork shoulder and cut it up to make several different meals.  Although it’s just the two of us, my wife and I.  We love to buy in bulk .

Cook the cubed pork in a large dutch oven with a tablespoon or so of Olive oil until browned.

Add one or even better two really good size spoonfuls of Gochujang.  Dont be afraid of it. You’ll love it. Trust me. I made this recipe with only once spoon a few weeks ago and it just wasn’t enough.

Luscious Braised Pork This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a fork for this delicious wine day or any other day meal. https://mythings2do.com/2018/05/22/luscious-braised-pork

Stir the pork and Gochujang until well combined.

Luscious Braised Pork This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a fork for this delicious wine day or any other day meal. https://mythings2do.com/2018/05/22/luscious-braised-pork

Now add the wine. How much you ask? Leave enough in the bottle to enjoy a glass or two. No seriously about half the bottle will do.

Luscious Braised Pork This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a fork for this delicious wine day or any other day meal. https://mythings2do.com/2018/05/22/luscious-braised-pork

Let this braise on the stove top on low heat for 2 hours.

Luscious Braised Pork This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a fork for this delicious wine day or any other day meal. https://mythings2do.com/2018/05/22/luscious-braised-pork

If you bought the frozen Edamame then about 6 minutes before serving your meal, add a cup of Edamame to the pot.

The Udon noodles only take 2 minutes to cook, so when your left with about 2-3 minutes before serving your meal add the Udon noodles.

Serve with a glass of wine and enjoy!

 

Luscious Braised Pork This recipe was the simplest to make. You only need a few ingredients and a fork for this delicious wine day or any other day meal. https://mythings2do.com/2018/05/22/luscious-braised-pork
Luscious Braised Pork Mythings2do for National Wine Day. Make it your thing 2 do too!

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