Pulled Pork Martini. Pulled Pork Martini Left over pulled pork and mashed potatoes and then this happened. woabob. A good pulled pork barbecue meal is deserving of a world-class cocktail, wine, or beer pairing. There are many ways to prepare pulled pork—centering on regional differences, there are Texas, Memphis, Carolina, and southwestern styles, to name a few.
I like to top the pulled pork with sliced roasted red peppers, blue cheese, and chimichurri sauce to make a delicious sandwich with Argentinean flavor. Chef John's simple (but flavorful!) rice pilaf would let barbecue-style pulled pork steal the show. Plus, reviews attest that this versatile dish goes as well with pork as it does with fish, steak, or chicken. You can cook Pulled Pork Martini using 5 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Pulled Pork Martini
- It's 2-3 lb of pork loin.
- Prepare 1.5 lbs of mashed potatoes.
- It's 1 box of mac&cheese.
- You need 1 of lg can baked beans.
- Prepare of Basil garnish optional.
Place filled tortillas, seam sides down, in the prepared baking dish (place tortillas close together); top with the remaining enchilada-green chile pepper mixture. Pulled pork is perfect for the slow cooker. Cooking the pork low and very slow is the secret to the juiciest and most tender pulled pork. Serve the pork as is or feel free to stir in your favorite barbecue or other sauces at the end of cooking.
Pulled Pork Martini instructions
- Make roasted pork and mashed potatoes for dinner.
- Wait a day or dont. I really dont care🤣. Pull the pork add some bbq for a classic pulled pork.
- Make your favorite box of mac and cheese.
- Open a can of beans and cook to taste.
- Start with a mashed potato base. then pile on some pulled pork. Add some baked beans. Then some mac and cheese..
- Repeat untill the glass is full.
- Top with a sprig of basil to make it pretty..
- Stuff your face!.
My pulled pork and simple slaw is perfect weekend fare, cook it low and slow for the best results. Tune in to Better Homes and Gardens Australia tonight to see me cook it, and pick up a copy of the October issue of the Better Homes and Gardens magazine for the recipe. 📸: Marina Oliphant 💅🏻: Karina Duncan Pork is a versatile meat. It works on the grill, on the stove top, or in the oven, and in cuisines as varied as stir-fries, burgers, slow cookers, and stews. If you're looking for inspiration for cooking pork, we've got lots of recipes that are sure to please even the pickiest eaters (and big crowds, too). Start by watching our videos on how to cook pork: Our experts walk you through three.