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What do you do with overcooked meat?

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    What do you do with overcooked meat?

    Well, if you're checking in on the "What are you cookin" thread, you might've noticed that my mighty fine looking leg shanks ended up being overcooked. Big rookie mistake on part and I don't want the meat to go to waste. I was thinking I could crumble the meat and make it into a chili, but would like to hear what you guys do with your overcooked meat. How do you salvage it?

    /facepalm

    #2
    Me... Food processor, onions, celery, mayo. Sandwich spread. Just sayin

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      #3
      My over cook meat doesn't go to waste bc the dogs love it

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        #4
        Quesadilla's, tacos, sammiches....etc...

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          #5
          or soup , chili, or whatever suits your fancy

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            #6
            I agree with your plan, chili. Being drowned in liquid will mask the overcookedness. <---- new word. Plus the smokiness will add a whole new spin on chili.

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              #7
              If its chicken or pork it gets rough chopped and tossed into the rice machine for perlo (Lowcountry SC Rice dish usually made with chicken).

              Beef is chili or quesadillas.

              Any of the 3 meats can be used for a good stir-fry also.

              Agree with DWCowles - if its too, too overcooked I mix with my dog's kibble - no complaints either.

              BTW - if you add smoked sausage to your chicken and rice it is no longer perlo; it is now Chicken Bog. Some of the upstate SC peeps get the 2 confused - lol.
              Last edited by HC in SC; November 23, 2014, 06:17 AM.

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                #8
                I agree with Jon...makes great sandwich spread. Or heat the spread and serve hot with chips for great chip dip.

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                • HC in SC
                  HC in SC commented
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                  Kinda like the canned Underwood deviled ham and chunky chicken -- an upscale version of potted meat.

                • Jon Solberg
                  Jon Solberg commented
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                  Man I haven't had that stuff in DECADES! I think about getting it once in a while when I'm at Dollar General.

                  You should give the spread thing a try. Or grind up some ring bologna and make it with that. Throw in some sweet pickles.... Its good stuff I'm tellin ya.
                  Last edited by Jon Solberg; November 23, 2014, 12:27 PM.

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