10 Meal Ideas Using Leftover Pulled Pork

Posted by: on January 11, 2013 • 8:25 pm

Pulled pork, whether it’s smoked over a pit or simmered in a slow cooker, is a great dish for feeding the family – but there are almost always leftovers. Generally speaking, few family members are delighted to hear they’re having last night’s dinner all over again. So we’ve put together 10 meal ideas to make with pulled pork. And they all taste so delicious your family will never know that they are eating leftovers. If you have another go to solution for pulled pork, please share it in the comments.

 

 

Pulled Pork Quesadillas- Spread ½ cup pull pork, ½ cup cheese, and 2 tablespoons corn kernels over one half a 10” flour tortilla. Fold tortilla and cook over medium heat for 5-7 minutes, turning once during cooking.

Mac and Cheese- Perfect on a cold winter night, our recipe for Sweet Heat Mac & Cheese combines pulled pork, four different cheeses and Sweet Heat Bar-B-Q sauce for a delicious twist on a favorite ultimate comfort food.

Tacos- Heat up pork and serve over corn tortillas with shredded cabbage, corn salsa, and sour cream.

Pizza- Top a 12” pre-cooked pizza crust with ¾ cup Stubb’s Original, 1 cup pulled pork, ½ green bell pepper, and 1 ½ cups cheese. Cook for 10-12 minutes or until cheese is melted and golden.

Pulled Pork Roll-Up- Spread 1 tablespoon cream cheese on an 8” tortilla. Top with ¼ cup warm pulled pork, sliced red pepper, and shredded cabbage. Drizzle with BBQ sauce and roll.

Meat Pie- Mix 2 cups pulled pork with ¾ cup barbecue sauce. Roll out two sheets of puff pastry dough and cut into 8-inch rounds. Fill the center of each round with pulled pork then fold over and seal edges with a fork. Cook at 400°F for 15 minutes. Reduce heat to 350°F and cook for an additional 40 minutes (or until golden brown).

Nachos- Top tortilla chips with warm pulled pork, black beans, jalapenos and cheese on an oven safe platter. Place under the broiler until cheese is melted. Top with salsa and sour cream.

Scramble- Mix 3 eggs, ½ cup pulled pork, 2 tablespoons minced onion and salt and pepper to taste in a bowl. Cook in a greased skillet over medium heat until eggs are cooked through.

Pulled Pork Hash- In a large skillet over medium-high heat, melt 2 tablespoons butter. Add ½ onion, diced and 3 yukon potatoes, halved and sliced. Cook until potatoes are tender and start to brown. Add 1 cup pulled pork and cook until potatoes are crispy. Salt and pepper to taste. Top with fried egg, if desired.

Cowboy Beans- Substitute 2 cups pulled pork for the ground beef and pork sausage in this classic recipe for Cowboy Beans.

 

5 thoughts on “10 Meal Ideas Using Leftover Pulled Pork


  1. 03.03.14
    08:23 pm

    Julie says:

    Would LOVE your recipe for the pork fried rice AND Jasmine rice. Have always wanted to make the rice and the two recipes sound great together.



  2. 02.04.14
    05:09 pm

    Nick says:

    I make pork fried rice with the leftovers. BOMB smokey flavor, with the sweetness of the day-old jasmine rice….AWESOME. I’m gonna make rice today so I can have this for lunch tomo!



  3. 01.19.14
    12:21 am

    Jen D says:

    Make enchiladas! Sauté white onion and green chilis with a bit of cumin then add cream cheese. Fill tortillas and place in a baking pan, like little burritos. Either save some of the onion, green chili and cumin mixture or make more add a can or two of cream of chicken soup, salt pepper, garlic powder, chili powder and red pepper flake to taste. Cook until bubbling and a quarter cup cheese of choice and pour over tortillas. Sprinkle with more cheese and bake at 350 for 30 minutes.



  4. 01.14.14
    10:11 pm

    PJ says:

    These recipes are exactly what I was looking for … can’t wait to try them.



  5. 04.10.13
    02:33 am

    madison dailey says:

    these were great ideas and they tasted great


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