How to make something quick and easy with Coles pulled pork

How to make something quick and easy with Coles pulled pork
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How to make something quick and easy with Coles pulled pork

Normally making something with pulled pork requires hours of slow cooking. This Coles product relieves you of that time burden. Coupled with some vegetables from the refrigerator and some sauces you can make a quick and easy meal. I’ve used it before and enjoyed it.

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Packet of Coles pulled pork

Coles pulled pork


Spicy Coles pulled pork with sweet corn and cabbage

Spicy Coles pulled pork with sweet corn and cabbage
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
25 mins
Here's a quick and easy meal made with Coles pulled pork
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Australian
Servings: 2
Calories: 500 kcal
Author: Gary Lum
  • Coles pulled pork
  • Cabbage
  • Sweet corn on the cob
  • Spring onions sliced
  • Parsley
  • Sriracha sauce
  • Black bean sauce
  • Whisky
  • Pouring cream
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Sesame seeds
  • Black pepper
  • Chilli flakes
  1. Cook the Coles pulled pork in the microwave oven for five minutes and then pull your meat
  2. Cook the sweet corn in the microwave oven for five minutes and strip from the cob
  3. Cut the cabbage into a fine shred
  4. Sauté Coles the pulled pork in a frying pan
    Coles pulled pork
  5. Add the corn and cabbage and stir-fry
  6. Add everything else except for the cream and cook until all the liquid has reduced and the meat starts to catch the bottom of the pan
  7. Add the cream and cook through until it too is reduced
  8. Serve with a parsley garnish



Pulled pork with sweet corn and cabbage in the frying pan

Coles pulled pork

The finished product

Coles pulled pork
Hot and spicy pulled pork with sweet corn and cabbage

Questions and answers

Don’t you feel like a fraud cooking with ready-made products?

Not at all. Life’s too short. This product is convenient and it tastes fine. If it didn’t taste any good I wouldn’t use it.

Are you sponsored by Coles?

No, Yummy Lummy has no sponsors.

Do you want to be sponsored?

I wouldn’t mind being given products to review. I’d always declare of course if I was given something for free.

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How is my weight loss going?

You may have noticed over the last few posts that the food is low carb. I’m trying to lose some weight. I started at 87 kg and after about seven weeks, I’m down to 82 kg. My aim is to get well below 80 kg if I can. I’d love your encouragement to keep going.

Coles leftover pulled pork nachos


Disclaimer and a note on mass and energy

I have no culinary training nor qualifications. This post is not intended to convey any health or medical advice. If you have any health concerns about anything you read, please contact your registered medical practitioner. 

For recipe posts the quantities are indicative. Feel free to vary the quantities to suit your taste.
I deliberately do not calculate energy for dishes. I deliberately default to 500 Calories or 500,000 calories because I do not make these calculations. 

10 Responses

  1. Great weight loss Gary. Mine is going really well but did eat a bit much on weekend as flew to Perth and back within 19 hours so ate not so great airplane food a lot.

    1. It does indeed Lorraine. I just had the leftovers for lunch and OMG it was good. The corn was still crunchy and sweet and complemented the pork so nicely.

  2. I also have nothing against ready-make meals. Good when you are in a hurry and also if you want a treat. I’m usually on the fresh side, though 😀 Do hope you get sponsor someday. It would be amazing for your blog and it’s already top-notch with great photos and recipes – and it inspired me to get more serious about cooking…or rather find fun in it 😀 Keep going with the weight loss. Slow and steady wins it all 🙂

    1. Thanks very much Mabel 😃😃😃
      I think cooking everything yourself slowly has a special something to it, but at the moment I’m busy and I’m all for using convenient solutions.
      I’m aiming for 77 kg and staying there.

    2. All about quick and easy when you are busy 😃 When I am busy, I like to meal prep but sometimes that is just not possible.

      You’re halfway to 77kg. Go go go 😃 👍👍👍😃

    1. Brother, I did contemplate adding some Jalapeño Spam to this. It would have made it even better. I forgot to add a fried egg on top.

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