This Zippy Peach Pork has the sweetness of peach but the zesty flavor of fresh ginger and Sriracha sauce. And even better, this tender, flavorful meat will be ready in no time, made in your Instant Pot.
I’ve been using my Instant Pot quite a bit lately. This isn’t a sponsored post or anything like that, but I will say this. I now use this even more than my traditional slow cookers, because the Instant Pot is a slow cooker, and a rice cooker, and a yogurt maker, and many other things besides an electric pressure cooker.
But if you don’t have an Instant Pot, no worries! I have the slow cooker instructions for this recipe included.
Enjoy this recipe any way you wish to make it.
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Zippy Peach Pork - Instant Pot Recipe
- ½ c orange juice
- 2 Tb soy sauce
- 3 cloves garlic, grated
- 2 Tb Sriracha sauce
- 1 Tb grated fresh ginger, or 1 tsp dry, ground ginger
- 1 c peach preserves, jelly or jam
- 2 lb pork tenderloin
- Rolls for serving
- To begin, in a bowl combine the orange juice, soy sauce, garlic, Sriracha sauce, ginger and peach preserves. Whisk these together, breaking up the preserves as much as possible. It’s going to be a little lumpy and that is quite alright. It will melt into the sauce as it cooks in your instant pot.
- Place the pork tenderloin in your instant pot. You can cut it in half if you need to so that it will lay nicely in the bottom.
- Pour the sauce over the top of the pork.
- Place the cover on the Instant Pot, and press the "manual setting" on the controls, and the set the time to 90 minutes. Allow your instant pot to cook the full cycle.
- After it has cooked, pull the pork apart with two forks. Serve this on rolls.
Nutritional information is auto-generated and the accuracy is not guaranteed.
Note: I no longer eat pork, however I am leaving recipes like this one up for those who enjoy it. Many pork recipes can be easily converted to turkey or chicken recipes, with little or even no other changes. Recipes with bacon or sausage can use alternatives like beef or turkey bacon. Article: Why I Quit Eating Pork
12 thoughts on “Zippy Peach Pork – An Instant Pot Recipe”
So I made this yesterday in the slow cooker. About 7 hours for just under 4 lbs. It was delicious and my nineteen year old daughter stated, “this is fantastic.” I used the remaining liquid the pork loin cooked in and created a glaze for the pulled pork. This glaze, over the pork, was also very yummy. Hopefully, we are going to have the paninis today. Thank for the great recipe!
Peach pork?! that sounds amazing! I’d even slow this down and give it a good smoke over some pecan wood chips too!
I typically make peach EVERYTHING in the summer. I can add this to my lisat now. :)
This looks delicious! I make a similar one but I use chicken or beef. I love sweet and spicy sandwiches!
All of your barbecue looks fantastic. :) A woman after my own heart! (And peaches are my jam.) I absolutely love the photo of you at the top! Thanks for the easy recipe. :)
Thank you Sarah!
Easy and I am sure delicious pulled pork recipe. I will make it next week for a family dinner using my slow cooker instead of instant pot.thanks !
I haven’t purchased an instapot yet because we have a small apartment and really don’t have the space for yet another appliance; however, we are moving in a couple of weeks and I am thinking about replacing my pressure cooker (currently in storage much to the hubby’s dismay) and slow cooker with the instapot. And if it makes yogurt too . . .well they certainly will get the hubby excited because he is a huge fan of yogurt.
As for this peach pulled pork. I looks so wonderful and I love all the flavors you have infused into it.
I’ve been toying with the idea of getting an instapot. My friends seem to just love them. I just wonder how much I would actually use it… but recipes like this inspire me to get one!
I was a skeptic myself, but after several people I knew went crazy over theirs, I decided to get one when I saw a sale. I’m hooked.
I don’t have an Instant Pot, but I do have a pressure cooker. This sounds wonderful, and easy to prepare. Love that you can make this in the crock pot too!!
Love this, the perfect combination of spicy, sweet and savory! I think the added orange juice replace to spot on the usual sugar or honey! Plus it s healthier!