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Jenny’s Island Pork

Posted by Solitary Dancer on March 16, 2006

Jenny's Island Pork

This will have a taste like island kalua pork that is done in the ground. lo carb and delicious.

2-3 pound pork butt or roast
2-3 T liquid smoke
2 bags fresh spinach or frozen spinach

Cut the pork into 2 inch pieces, doesn’t have to be exact.. Add as much salt as you like, Sprinkle
on 2-3 tablespoons of liquid smoke and mix it all up really well.

Spray your pan with pam or line it with foil and spray the foil. Layer one bag of spinach and then put the pork on top of that. Layer the other bag of spinach over the pork. Cover with foil and bake at 350 for about three hours.

The recipe said 2 hours but I cooked mine for almost 4hours, of course I had almost doubled the recipe.
I uncovered it the last hour to let some of the liquid evaporate.

I have never been to the Islands, but hubby has and he said it was remarkably similar to the pork they cook in the ground. It was very tender and flavorful.

Thanks Jenny!!!


2 Responses to “Jenny’s Island Pork”

  1. Jenny said

    Hey… that’s my recipe. lol. Also the comments below the recipe are mine. I made this for the first time for our family reunion last year. It’s pretty good too.


  2. Sorry Jenny, I thought it was Laurel’s Recipe. I have changed the title of the recipe.

    I apologize.


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