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Can anyone suggest good recipes for left over roast pork? I bought a huge joint and have used some of it in salads but I fancy something hot for the rest of it.

asked by French foodie about 8 years ago

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innoabrd
added about 8 years ago

How about a nice hash with grated potatoes, maybe some eggs, and the seasonings of your fancy (worcestershire sauce, pimenton, lots of black pepper, gochujang, heck some people even like catchup). Fry it up and clog your arteries!

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mrslarkin
added about 8 years ago

I'd make pork fried rice, fo sho!

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added about 8 years ago

Tacos with chopped onions, lettuce, tomato, cilantro (coriander leaf) and crema Mexicana.

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Kitchen Butterfly
added about 8 years ago

Pan-fried (gently warmed) pork with apple sauce.

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spiffypaws
added about 8 years ago

Make a whole wheat pasta dish. Lots of herbs, white wine, deglaze the roasting pan if it still has the drippings, if not use some chicken stock.

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vvvanessa
added about 8 years ago

i cut it into matchsticks along with similarly cut carrots,cucumber, and bean sprouts, toss with thin rice or mung bean noodles, and season with soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, ginger, garlic, cilantro, and green onions. serve it warm or not warm, maybe wrapped in a lettuce leaf, maybe not.

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French foodie
added about 8 years ago

all the above sound lovely - I'm salivating and its hard to pick one of them :-) I think the deciding factor is ingredients - our little local supermarkets only stock seasonal food and its almost impossible to find 'foreign' food ie bean sprouts and gochujang . Even coriander is hard to find here!

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Ms. T
added about 8 years ago

Cubano sandwiches: pork, thin slices of ham, Swiss cheese or gruyere, good Dijon mustard, thin slices of pickle on crusty white bread; grill in panini press ( I don't have one, so I grill in a skillet and use my tea kettle to smoosh it flat.) Carmelized onions are a good addition, though not traditional Cubano.

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