Pulled pork sliders

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After making Nico Moretti’s Bourbon Ribs I had leftover bourbon glaze to use. I came across this recipe on the Recipe Community for BBQ Pulled Pork which called for the leftover glaze. Perfect!

I had some buttermilk after making my own butter so I decided to make the soft butter rolls from the Basic Cookbook. Add the leftover coleslaw from ribs night last night and voilà yummy little pulled pork sliders and zero wastage 😉

Get the recipe for the BBQ Pulled Pork here.
Get Nico Moretti’s Bourbon Ribs recipe here.
And don’t forget to get your tickets to Nico’s cooking classes in August here.

Bourbon Ribs

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Ribs are popular all over the world and in the US they’re traditional to the South, in particular Texas. So Nico Moretti’s Bourbon Ribs seemed like the perfect thing to make for the 4th of July.

The rub makes the tasty marinade but it is the  BBQ bourbon glaze that steals the show. I used American Honey for the bourbon and I think it added to the flavours 🙂

The coleslaw from the Basic Cookbook makes the perfect side dish to these delicious ribs.

Get the Bourbon Ribs recipe from the Recipe Community here. The Nico Moretti Delicious Journeys week of cooking classes in WA have just been announced. Click the link to book your spot before tickets sell out!

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Coleslaw

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Coleslaw is one of those dishes that Thermomix does best.

No more chopping the cabbage or grating the carrot. Thermomix does it all in just a matter of seconds!

Just throw the cabbage, carrot, green apple, red onion and mayonnaise into the bowl and chop on speed 4 for a couple of seconds. Repeat until your desired consistency is achieved and you’re done 🙂

The coleslaw recipe can be found in the Basic Cookbook and the Everyday Cookbook.
Don’t have a Thermomix? Host a demo and choose the coleslaw as part of your menu 😉