Easiest Way to Shred Meat
Looking for another valuable use for that super-duper Kitchenaid stand mixer? How about shredding meat! It works just great to shred some cooked chicken breasts, a boneless pork butt, or beef roast. If you have ever tried to “pull” a pork shoulder with forks, you know this can take a lot of time and a little bit of frustration. With the Kitchenaid and the normal beater attachment, I shredded a pound of cooked chicken breast straight from the slow cooker in under 30 seconds.
1. Take your meat straight from cooking and toss it in the mixing bowl.
2. Make sure the beater attachment is in place.
3. Raise the bowl and hit a low power setting for about 30 seconds.
4. Enjoy you shredded meat. I told you it was easy!
So you no longer need to hesitate to make recipes like chicken enchiladas, pulled pork, or beef barbecue because of this tedious job again. If you don’t have a Kitchenaid, here is just another great reason why you might just want to take the plunge. You can find one on Amazon or wait until they go on sale which happens more often than not.
Here are a few more recipes you might enjoy:
This is the perfect Paloma Cocktail recipe if you are looking for a delightfully refreshing and sophisticated, compliment to your favorite spicy Mexican food. I fell in love with this drink the last time we visited Mexico and it has been one of my favorites since. I decided to come up with my own version and I hope you will love it as much as I do.
This No Fry Fried Ice Cream Recipe is one of my favorite recipes ever. It takes very little effort to make and tastes pretty incredible. Who knew you could make Fried Ice Cream without actually frying it? Well, you can and I am here to show you how. My kids as for this quite often and it’s a go-to recipe for me for family gatherings. You can make this delicious treat to impress your friends and family on taco night, Cinco de Mayo or just because.