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Old 06-20-2012, 11:11 AM   #1
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Leftover pulled pork

Any ideas on how to re-purpose leftover pulled pork?
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Old 06-20-2012, 11:36 AM   #2
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I would think it a wonderful addition to a skillet of stir-fried cabbage and caramelized yellow onion.
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If you eat low carb torillas, use those to roll up your pork, add a little SF BBQ sauce and sour cream, hot sauce and/or peppers, if you like heat, and eat! Yummy! Heck, that combo is good even without the tortillas, lol.
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If it isn't sauced - it makes great machaca. Season it up with some SF taco seasoning (make your own if you like, LindaSue has a great recipe) and then scramble some eggs with some diced mild canned chiles (Ortega or similar), somce minced onion, and the pork.

Add a handful of grated cheese just before plating. GREAT with refried beans (use canned black soybeans if you eat them, just mash in a skillet with some bacon fat or coconut oil) and a LC tortilla if you like.
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If you eat low carb torillas, use those to roll up your pork, add a little SF BBQ sauce and sour cream, hot sauce and/or peppers, if you like heat, and eat! Yummy! Heck, that combo is good even without the tortillas, lol.
This is my favorite way! I love the smoky, BBQ-y taste with the hot sauce and sour cream mixed in to make it Mexi-like. In fact, I just made it for dinner tonight. We smoked 15 pounds of pork shoulder last week, woo!

I like to make coleslaw to put in our leftover pulled pork tacos. My new taco slaw of choice is the "tangy slaw" from Pam at For The Love Of Cooking (with some mayo added). Her slaw has cilantro. Sooo good. I love her site and I still visit it, even though it's carby. Sometimes I can work with it!
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Sometimes I just fry it in butter.
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