Pulled Pork with Mustard and Chives

Pulled Pork with Mustard and Chives

Looking for a delicious and flavorful way to enjoy pulled pork? Look no further than this recipe for pulled pork with mustard and chives! This dish takes the classic combination of slow-cooked pork and tangy mustard to the next level with the addition of fresh chives and aromatic spices. It’s the perfect comfort food for a cozy night in or a casual gathering with friends.

Pulled pork is a staple of Southern cuisine, and for good reason. The slow cooking process results in tender, flavorful meat that practically falls apart on the fork. This recipe uses a combination of dry rub and liquid smoke to infuse the pork with smoky, savory flavor, while the mustard and chives provide a bright, tangy contrast.

In this blog post, we’ll walk you through every step of making pulled pork with mustard and chives, from seasoning the meat to shredding it with a fork. We’ll also share tips and tricks for getting the perfect texture and flavor every time, whether you’re using a slow cooker or an oven.

One of the best things about this recipe is its versatility. You can serve the pulled pork on a bun with coleslaw for a classic pulled pork sandwich, or you can use it as a topping for nachos, tacos, or baked potatoes. You can also adjust the spiciness of the dry rub to your liking, depending on your preference for heat.

So if you’re looking for a crowd-pleasing dish that’s easy to prepare and packed with flavor, give this recipe for pulled pork with mustard and chives a try!

Pulled Pork with Mustard and Chives


  • 1.5 - 2.5 kg Van Wyngaardt Gammon
  • 1 Ina Paarmans’s Honey and Mustard Dressing
  • 14 g Chives
  • 1 l water


  • Place gammon in a oven proof bowl with water, cover with lid or foil
  • Bake in oven at 160°C for 3,5 hours
  • Let gammon cool down completely, remove netting, skin and fat, pull apart with fingers
  • Add the honey & Mustard dressing
  • Chop chives and add to pork
  • Serve on crackers, ciabatta or in tacos.
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