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Strained Tomatoes 26.6oz

2 Cups Pomi Strained Tomatoes

Fresh, creamy and thick: the original taste of a great classic always ready to be used. Strained Tomato Sauce is one of the most used ingredients in cooking because it is easy and fast, ideal to prepare any type of dish: meat, eggs, pasta, creams and creamy soups. Strained tomatoes are perfect for recipes that call for pureed tomatos! Store up to 5 days in the fridge after opening​ How is it made? Tomatoes are washed and crushed. They go through a refinement process that includes sieves to eliminate seeds and peels. The product is then mixed with tomato juice and lightly concentrated. The final product is thermally pasteurized and aseptically filled in our signature carton boxes. Product is exclusively made of Italian tomatoes and does not contain seeds and peels, although we cannot completely exclude possible residue.

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None min
Preparation time
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Ingredients for Feeds 6-8
Strained Tomatoes 26.6oz 2 Cups Pomi Strained Tomatoes
ancho chile powder1 teaspoon
Bone-in picnic shoulder (pork shoulder)6 1/2 pounds
Brown sugar1 1/2 tablespoons
fresh ground black pepper Kosher salt, as needed1 tablespoon
garlic powder1/2 teaspoon
hickory chips, soaked in water for 24 hours then drained2 cups
Kosher salt plus extra for seasoning3 tablespoons
molasses2 tablespoons
onion powder1/2 teaspoon
paprika1 teaspoon
Pomi strained tomatoes2 cups
sugar1/2 cup
tomato paste2 1/2 tablespoons
vinegar1/2 cup
Preparation

Yummy, messy, and perfect for those fall nights in! Everything good in the world, all in one sandwich! What could be better?

Directions

  1. The day before cooking -- or up to three days before -- combine the salt and brown sugar and carefully rub it into the pork picnic. Set the pork onto a cooling rack that fits onto a sheet tray with edges and put it back into the fridge uncovered. If you plan to go longer than a day in the fridge, cover the meat until 24 hours before you plan to put it into the smoker. Soak some hickory chips in water for 24 hours too.
  2. Set up your smoker for indirect heat. If you need help, there are tons of videos on YouTube to help you get the idea.
  3. Once your coals are ready, add a third of the hickory chips. Once they begin to smoke, place the pork skin side-up (if it has skin) onto the side of the smoker/grill with no heat. Lower the cover and let the smoking begin. Try not to let the coals heat the interior of the smoker/grill above 200° F. If it does, remove the lid to let out the heat and then replace the lid. Add more chips as needed. Smoke the picnic for anywhere from 40 minutes to 4 hours -- it is up to you.
  4. You can finish the pork on the grill if you want, or you can place it into a 200?F oven for a total of 10 hours, including the smoke time. So if you smoked the pork for 40 minutes, then you need to slow-roast it in the oven for another 9 hours and 20 minutes; if you smoked it for 4 hours, it will need 6 in the oven. You get what I am saying?
  5. While the pork is cooking, combine all the sauce ingredients in a saucepan. Bring it to a bubble over medium heat. Reduce the heat to a simmer and let the sauce meld for 30 minutes. Taste and adjust as needed. Let the sauce thicken till it coats the back of a spoon then remove it from the heat.
  6. When the pork is done, remove it from the oven. As soon as it is cool enough to handle, use two forks to pull the meat from the bone. Do this on a sheet tray so any juices that run get blended back into the pulled pork. The warmer the pork, the easier it is to shred.
  7. Blend in enough sauce to wet the pork; or, as I do, serve the sauce on the side so everyone can add it to their liking. Serve as a sandwich or family style, with cornbread, greens, sweet corn, and pickles.
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