The season has changed. Fall has come to welcome crisp cool mornings and calm breezy nights. Soups and stews are making their grand reentrance into cozy kitchens and warm breads and pies are baking in hot ovens.
…but first, I must divulge this recipe…
Summer has come to an end but BBQ doesn’t have to. Not with the variety of spices, rubs and sauces that Gourmet Warehouse has to offer. They have all the tastes from Italy to New Orleans and Jalapeno to Strawberry. Mustard based to Honey based, Dry Rubs to Sweet Sauces.
I made the most succulent pulled pork with Gourmet Warehouse’s Applewood Smoked Rub and Seasoning and Golden Carolina BBQ Sauce. The Applewood Smoked Rub and Seasoning has sweet hints of apple with the smokiness of mesquite firewood and a slight kick of spice with brown sugar notes. The Golden Carolina BBQ Sauce offers the savory tang of mustard with a smooth sweet classic bbq sauce appeal. These two products combined packed a punch to my tender pulled pork!
Cook your pork anyway you like, but use these two condiments to set your pork over the top!
I used my Ninja Oven and Slowcooker on the Convection Oven setting to steam roast my pork tenderloin in only 45 minutes in a good 1/3 cup of Golden Carolina BBQ Sauce.
After searing a nice char on it first of course with 3-4 Tb of the Applewood Smoked Rub and Seasoning.
Just look at that juicy tenderloin-seared and ready to steam cook.
And there it is, steamy and ready for another bath of sauce.
I shredded, pulled and sliced it to my desire and
doused drenched it in even more Golden Carolina BBQ Sauce, about 1/4 cup.
Go ahead and stir a few tablespoons into a can of baked beans too! You won’t regret it.
And the star of the show…
My family really loved this meal and the special ingredients we used. We will gladly use these bbq favorites again. 🙂