Instant Pot Mississippi Pork is so delicious and amazingly flavorful! This is an easy and very tasty way to prepare a pork shoulder roast in the Instant Pot®. Try this wonderful pressure cooker Mississippi Pork recipe! Fall apart tender meat that makes an awesome pulled pork!
Instant Pot Mississippi Pork
So far I have made the classic Mississippi Pot Roast as well as Mississippi Chicken in the Instant Pot. They are both incredible! I decided to try it with a pork butt, also called pork shoulder. We had the best pulled pork from it!
The original Mississippi Pot Roast was created by Robin Chapman over 20 years ago, and its popularity has skyrocketed! People just love the flavors in this recipe.
You can make it in the slow cooker, in the oven, and in the pressure cooker (see my recipes below).
I Made Mississippi Pot Roast and it was pretty Salty
Yes, that is the biggest complaint about the original recipe. I have some tips to lessen the salt:
- Use Unsalted Butter.
- Try to find Low Sodium Ranch and/or Au Jus.
- Try my Homemade Ranch Dressing Mix recipe. It’s Low Sodium.
- Add a few cut up potatoes to the pot and cook with the roast
- Add a little water to the drippings if too salty. Taste first and adjust.
What is Instant Pot Mississippi Pork Good on?
There are many ways to enjoy this flavorful pork roast! Here are a few suggestions:
- Serve over Mashed Potatoes.
- Serve over Rice.
- Pull (shred) the pork and serve on buns.
- Cut into chunks and serve alongside veggies or a salad.
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Instant Pot Mississippi Pork
- 1 sm Onion (optional) sliced
- 3-4 lbs Pork Butt Roast (Pork Shoulder), cut in thirds
- 1/3 cup Water
- 1 (1 oz) packet Ranch Dressing Mix
- 1 (1 oz) packet Au Jus (or Brown Gravy mix)
- 1/2 (12 oz) jar Pepperoncinis (regular, not hot)
- 1/2 (12 oz) jar Juice from the Pepperoncinis
- 1/2 cup Butter, unsalted
- 4 Tbsp Flour
- 4-6 Tbsp Water
Add everything to the pot in the order listed and place the lid on. Set the steam release knob to te Sealing position.
Press the Pressure Cook/Manual button or dial and then the +/- button or dial to select 70 minutes. The pot will take several minutes to come to pressure.
When the cooking cycle is finished, let the pot sit undisturbed for 15 minutes (15 minute Natural Release). Then turn the steam release knob to the Venting position to release the remaining pressure.
When the pin in the lid drops back down, open the lid.
Take out the meat and place it on a dish. At this point you can shred it or leave it in chunks. Cover it and set aside.
Turn on the Sauté setting and when the juices in the pot start to simmer, whisk in the flour mixture. Stir until gravy thickens.
Add the meat back into the gravy.
Serve over mashed potatoes, over rice, or on a bun as a pulled pork sandwich.
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