Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Oven Kalua Pig

Wendell made this sometime last week. I didn't get to taste it until a few days later, but it was still ono.
The recipe is from What Hawaii Likes to Eat.

5 to 7 pounds pork butt
3 tbs. Hawaiian salt
1 tsp. liquid smoke
10 to 12 ti leaves, ribs removed

Cut 1-inch slits around pork and rub surface with salt; brush with liquid smoke. Wrap pork in ti leaves then tie with string. Wrap again in foil and seal tightly. Roast at 400 degrees for 3 hours or until done. Remove from pan and shred pork before serving.


susie said...

Looks really ono!! I have done about the same thing in a slow cooker.

Betty Townsend said...

So ono looking, yeah. I do mine in the crockpot. Comes out really ono!!

jalna said...

Crockpot! I'll tell Wendell.

Erick said...

Yum, that looks so ono, easy too. Got to try this one too.

jalna said...

Erick, it was really ono. Invite us over when you make it. I'll bring kinako mochi.

Serena said...

Do you use the ti leaves and foil in the crockpot?

Debra said...

What does Ono mean?

jalna said...

Hi Serena, I don't really know how Betty does hers in the crockpot, but I think it' would probably be without the ti leaves and foil.

Debra, I didn't realize how many times the word "ono" appears here! It means "delicious" in Hawaiian.