Don’t let your yummy leftover pork go to waste. Here’s a few leftover pork recipe ideas to get the most out of it. If you have any other ideas for your leftover pork, add them in the comments below.
1. Pork Casserole
Why not try my Pork, Tomato and Sweet Potato Casserole? Instead of using the pork fillets as in the recipe substitute in your leftover pork. Serve with some crusty rolls or rice.
2. Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Reheat leftover pork in a pan add some homemade bbq sauce and serve in bread rolls with coleslaw and cheese. For a main meal why not serve with a bowl of tomato and red pepper soup.
3. Pork Quesadillas
Mexican is everywhere at the minute and its so easy to see why. Quick, easy and tasty, you can’t really go wrong unless you add too many chillies. Follow my recipe for Chicken Quesadillas adding leftover pork instead of the chicken.
4. Pork Fajitas
Who doesn’t like fajitas? Fry up some peppers and onions, add diced leftover pork, season with 2 tsp of chilli powder and 1 tsp of cumin then cook until the pork is hot. Serve with salad, cheese, salsa and sour cream.
5. Pork Stir fry
Stir fries are the ultimate Monday evening dish. Quick fry sliced peppers, broccoli, onions and courgettes. Add pork, chinese five spice and soy sauce. Cook through until the pork is hot. Serve with egg noodles.
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