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Vegan Bbq Pulled Pork Sandwich

A quick and easy way to veganize pulled pork.

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Servings: 6

Prep Time: 00:20

Cook Time: 00:15

Main Ingredients

2 cans of young jackfruit in brine or water

1 cup of bbq sauce

1/4 of a red cabbage

1/2 of a red pepper

1 garlic cloves

1 tbsp of lime juice

2 tbsp of coconut cream

salt and pepper to taste

5 leaves of fresh basil

pretzel buns

Preparation

1drain the jackfruit, then cut the core from each piece.

2using a fork, shred the jackfruit by running it along the flesh repeatedly.

3once you've shredded each piece, place all of it in a small to medium pot. add bbq.

4cook on medium to low heat for 10-15 minutes turning frequently.

5while the jackfruit is cooking, assemble the slaw.

6thinly slice half of a red cabbage. pieces do not need to be perfect. once finished, separate any pieces that are stuck together.

7place the cabbage, sliced peppers, garlic, and basil in a bowl. top it with the coconut cream, lime juice, and seasonings. toss. (slaw tastes better after marinating for 20 minutes)

8after 10-15 minutes, remove jackfruit from heat.

9slice the pretzel bun in half, then build the sandwich.

Additional Notes

*use lots of slaw!

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