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What would you do with ALOT of left over roast pork?

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CharleeinChains Mon 12-Jan-09 08:17:25

I got a huge joint yesterday and roasted it we ate what we needed but i have loads left, what would you do with it?

BecauseImWorthIt Mon 12-Jan-09 08:21:19

Sliced thinly it makes lovely sandwiches.

Or the good old standbye, curry!

CharleeinChains Mon 12-Jan-09 08:23:57

I always fall back on vurry but we had one the day before yesterday so i will use it but as a last resort thing!!! I do love curry though.

I will do some sandwiches but still will have a fair amount left......... its what you get for being mates with a butcher!

CharleeinChains Mon 12-Jan-09 08:24:25

Curry not vurry [sigh]

MrsJamin Mon 12-Jan-09 08:25:03

I'd do a nice stirfry, fry pork in sesame oil and honey until glazed, then remove, fry garlic, ginger and chilli for a min, put in veg and then when they are done, add noodles and pork - soooo yummy.

CharleeinChains Mon 12-Jan-09 08:31:13

Ohh that sounds nice, i might do it for myself when dp is out (he doesn't like stirfry)

Anyone got anything that i can make a meal for all of us? 2 adults and 2 children?

bellavita Mon 12-Jan-09 08:33:19

Pork stroganoff?

cyanarasamba Mon 12-Jan-09 08:34:46

Bit boring but with chips/fried egg/peas/chutney/ketchup etc?

Also second the sitr-fry idea, I'd probably shred the lot and freeze for this purpose.

TheOtherMaryPoppinsDiets Mon 12-Jan-09 08:39:19

How about shredded pork in BBQ sauce on baps?

chrimbospirit Mon 12-Jan-09 08:40:26

sweet and sour

TheOtherMaryPoppinsDiets Mon 12-Jan-09 08:44:26

The chinese bright red pork, no idea how to make that though!

TheOtherMaryPoppinsDiets Mon 12-Jan-09 08:45:09

Pork apple and cider casserole

OhBling Mon 12-Jan-09 09:49:47

I'd make pasta with it. Fry it with some fennel, lemon zest, and chilli - add additional spices or herbs if you want (i'd consider Italian flavours like basil and origanum). Then add a mix of 50/50 milk and white wine. Reduce then stir in a spoon of creme fraiche and serve with penne and parmesan cheese and pepper.

Otherwise mince it and make a pork version of shepherds pie.

lizziemun Mon 12-Jan-09 09:53:39

Freeze some of it to reheat in gravy for a quick roast dinner later.

sprogger Mon 12-Jan-09 10:00:09

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