Boneless pork shoulder is marinated in a salty-sweet mix of soy sauce, pineapple juice, sake, and 20 whole cloves of garlic. After you shred the braised pork, serve with traditional Hawaiian rolls, which soft, yeasty, and smaller than the traditional dinner roll.
The centerpiece of a luau is the painstakingly slow-cooked pig. If you can’t go to Hawaii or don’t have an imu (underground oven) at your disposal, fake it with slow-braised pork shoulder. The combination here of salty soy and sweet pineapple juice balances the richness of the pork.... Read More