This simple recipe for Instant Pot Kahlua pork on gluten free Hawaiian rolls is just what you need for your super bowl party! The tender porky goodness on a soft and fluffy roll will score a touchdown for the win 🙂
Years ago, my sister made this Kahlua pork for my daughter’s luau birthday party. It was such a hit, we made it for several parties thereafter. The original method was to cook it slowly in a crock pot for 9-10 hours. However, with the invention of the Instant Pot, it can now be ready to eat in less than two hours! Paired with my gluten free Hawaiian rolls, it’s the perfect food for a super bowl party (or any party for that matter).
What You’ll Need for This Recipe
- Obviously, you’ll need an Instant Pot. HOWEVER, if you don’t have one, don’t despair. You can always cook it the old-fashioned way in the crock pot for 9-10 hours.
- A 5-6 pound pork butt (shoulder).
- Gluten free Hawaiian rolls. Of course, if you’re not gluten free you can use regular rolls.
- Apple cider (not apple cider vinegar).
- Liquid Smoke.
- Barbecue sauce for serving, if desired.
How To Make Kahlua Pork
- Cut pork into more manageable pieces and place in Instant Pot.
- Add apple cider and liquid smoke.
- Set Instant Pot to pressure cook on high for one hour. Allow pressure to release naturally.
- Pull pork with tongs or two forks.
- Serve on gluten free Hawaiian rolls with barbecue sauce, if desired.
Having a super bowl party or going to one? Make this Instant Pot Kahlua pork on gluten free Hawaiian rolls and everyone will love you for it!
Instant Pot Kahlua Pork on Gluten Free Hawaiian Rolls
- 1 5-6 pound pork butt (shoulder), trimmed of excess fat and cut into large chunks
- 2 cups apple cider
- 1/4 cup liquid smoke (or more depending on your preference)
- 1 recipe gluten free Hawaiian rolls
- Put pieces of pork in Instant Pot and add apple cider and liquid smoke. Close lid and lock in place. Set up to pressure cook for one hour on high. Allow Instant Pot to release pressure naturally.
- Shred or pull pork and serve on Hawaiian rolls with barbecue sauce if desired. Leftovers can be frozen.