My Hawaiian neighbor showed us this delicious recipe! Hard to believe it’s just 3 ingredients

An imu, or subterranean oven, is usually used to prepare the soulful Kalua Pig, a meal that is highly esteemed and infused with Hawaiian luau tradition. Even if we're far from the beach and tropical breezes, we can make this meal at home in a practical and surprisingly good method using the slow cooker. 

The beauty of Kalua Pig is in its adaptability and ease of preparation; it's an ideal dish for those on the go who want a little island flavor or for those who want to wow their friends at a potluck. 

The wait is well for the soft, flavorful results, and it's simple enough for any chef to produce.

Even while the Kalua Pig tastes great on its own, it really comes alive when accompanied with steaming white rice and lomi-lomi fish for a traditional Hawaiian meal. Try some roasted veggies or a crisp coleslaw for a more American spin. 

But don't forget the traditional bread; with this juicy pork, you can whip up a pulled pork sandwich that will take your taste senses on an island vacation.
Five pounds of skinless, boneless pork shoulder,

 one tablespoon of  Alaea sea salt (also known as Hawaiian red salt), and one tablespoon of liquid smoke

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