# How many servings is a pound of pulled pork?

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## How much does 20lbs of pulled pork feed?

60 people / 3 servings per pound = 20 pounds of prepared pulled pork. 20 pounds of prepared pulled pork / 0.5 = 40 pounds of raw pork you need.

## What is a serving of pulled pork?

In general, you should plan to have about 1/3 pound of pulled pork per person. Obviously, this is the short answer. When you’re dealing with a large, fatty cut like pork shoulder, you can’t just buy two pounds of meat for six people and call it a day—that’s not how it works.

## How much pork do I need for 10 adults?

At a Glance – Table of Amount of Pulled Pork for Different Size Groups

Number of Adults Cooked Pork Required (in pounds) Raw Pork to Buy (in pounds)
10 3 2/3 6 2/3
20 6 2/3 13 1/3
30 10 20
50 16 2/3 33 1/3

## How many pounds of pulled pork Do I need to feed 30 people?

Generally, allow four to five ounces of boneless meat for each guest at lunch. Plan for a bit more meat, about five to seven ounces, if you’re serving dinner to your crowd. For a party of 30 to 40 people, this works out to be nine to 12 pounds of pulled pork for lunch, and 13 to 17 pounds for dinner.

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## How many sandwiches does a pound of pulled pork make?

How much do pulled pork sandwiches cost? Looking at a local spot that does pulled pork sandwiches, they charge by the person sort of. So, for 25-50 people it is \$12/ea. Figure that being a 1/4-1/3 pound of meat, you’re looking at 3-4 sandwiches per pound.

## How many pulled pork sliders are in a pound?

The pulled pork sliders only use 2.5 ounces of meat so you can get about six generous sliders per pound.

## Is pulled pork bad for you?

Pork itself isn’t bad for you: it’s a lean, protein-packed meat. But the addition of barbecue sauce and the fact that, in its pulled version, it typically comes in huge piles makes it a less than ideal choice.

## How much meat do I need for 4 people?

When Meat Is the Main: When cooking something like steak, roast, chicken, or pork, where meat is the main feature of the meal and paired with a few side dishes, we recommend about 1/2 pound (eight ounces) per person, up to 3/4 (12 ounces) pound for bigger appetites and those who love leftovers.