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Suggestions for leftover pork loin?

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  • Dr ROK
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    • Dec 2014
    • 1351
    • Morrill, Nebraska
    • Retired high school teacher and principal
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    Suggestions for leftover pork loin?

    What are everybody's favorite use for leftover smoked pork loin?
  • Strat50
    Former Member
    • Nov 2014
    • 511
    • Houston, Alaska

    #2
    Pork tacos. Julienne the pork, sauté some peppers and onions(also julienned) when veggies are the way you like them, squeeze a bit of fresh lime juice and add some chopped cilantro. Add the pork and heat through gently. Serve with your favorite taco fixings, just make sure to include guacamole!

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    • Strat50
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      Just put the cilantro on the side, for your wife, and use a pinch of cumin and a couple pinches of chipotle powder. This is what I do for the cilantro haters in my life, and all are happy.
  • Dr ROK
    Charter Member
    • Dec 2014
    • 1351
    • Morrill, Nebraska
    • Retired high school teacher and principal
      Dr ROK - Rider of Kawasaki &/or rock and roll fan
      Yoder 640 on Husker themed comp cart
      Cookshack Smokette smoker
      Antique refrigerator smoker
      Weber 22 1/2" kettle w/ GrillGrates AND Slow and Sear
      Rec Tec Mini Portable Tailgater w/ GrillGrates
      Plenty of GrillGrates
      Uuni wood pellet oven, first generation
      Roccbox Pizza Oven
      Meater Block
      "Go Big Red" Thermopen instant read thermometer
      Ultrafast instant read thermometer
      CDN quick read thermometer
      Maverick ET-732 thermometer
      Maverick ET-735 thermometer
      Tru-Temp wireless thermometer
      Infrared thermometer (Mainly use for pizza on the Uuni and Roccbox)

      Beverages - Is there really anything other than Guinness? Oh yeah, I forgot about tequila!

    #3
    Strat50 , you had me up to the cilantro! Wife loves it and I hate it. I almost gag just smelling it when I'm chopping it up. Thank you for the suggestion though, I'm going to fix this up right now. My daughter is stopping in on her way to a graduation, so it'll be perfect even without the cilantro

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    • Danjohnston949
      Former Member
      • Dec 2014
      • 4398
      • 1410 9th. St. N, Fargo ND

      #4
      Dr ROK, We generally use it as Sandwich Meat both hot(with gravy on bread or a roll) and cold on bread or a roll!
      Eat Well and Prosper! From Fargo ND, Dan

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      • Skip
        Founding Member
        • Jul 2014
        • 3706
        • Blue Earth, Minnesota
        • LSG Adjustable Grill/Smoker, MAK Pellet Grill, Large BGE, Weber Kettle with SnS, Weber Gasser, Pit Barrel Cooker, Cast Iron Pans & Griddle, Grill Grates, Mostly Thermoworks Thermometers

        #5
        What Dan said. Sandwiches any way you like them. Maybe slice very thin and do Cuban sandwiches.

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        • HorseDoctor
          Charter Member
          • Sep 2014
          • 1147
          • Central Iowa

          #6
          First thought was sandwiches of nearly any description, but can't argue with tacos either! Enjoy!

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          • MBMorgan
            Club Member
            • Sep 2015
            • 6519
            • Colorado
            • > Weber Genesis EP-330
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            #7
            In situations like this, we generally haul out the wok and go with some variation of (pork) fried rice.

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            • boftx
              Founding Member
              • Jul 2014
              • 852
              • Las Vegas, NV
              • CharGriller Pro COS
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                I know I make damn good BBQ cause my 3 dogs have NEVER said no to it. (OTOH, my 13yr old says no to just about everything, except my ribs.)

              #8
              OMG! Chili or enchiladas!

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              • Strat50
                Strat50 commented
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                Leftover bbq makes just killer Mexican food. Same goes with Caribbean, Asian, and Italian too! Many times our cooks will take this into account, where the second meal is as inciting as the first. For us, it's not "just" bbq, it's a way of life too! It also makes it easier to accommodate special diets too.
                Last edited by Strat50; April 30, 2016, 01:47 AM. Reason: omission
            • mgaretz
              Founding Member
              • Jul 2014
              • 883
              • San Ramon, CA
              • Mark Garetz
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              #9
              I usually just reheat it and eat it like the first night. Either I'll SV it or use the reheat cycle in Breville Smart Oven. Sometimes I will cube it small and make hash.

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              • Dr ROK
                Charter Member
                • Dec 2014
                • 1351
                • Morrill, Nebraska
                • Retired high school teacher and principal
                  Dr ROK - Rider of Kawasaki &/or rock and roll fan
                  Yoder 640 on Husker themed comp cart
                  Cookshack Smokette smoker
                  Antique refrigerator smoker
                  Weber 22 1/2" kettle w/ GrillGrates AND Slow and Sear
                  Rec Tec Mini Portable Tailgater w/ GrillGrates
                  Plenty of GrillGrates
                  Uuni wood pellet oven, first generation
                  Roccbox Pizza Oven
                  Meater Block
                  "Go Big Red" Thermopen instant read thermometer
                  Ultrafast instant read thermometer
                  CDN quick read thermometer
                  Maverick ET-732 thermometer
                  Maverick ET-735 thermometer
                  Tru-Temp wireless thermometer
                  Infrared thermometer (Mainly use for pizza on the Uuni and Roccbox)

                  Beverages - Is there really anything other than Guinness? Oh yeah, I forgot about tequila!

                #10
                Strat50, the taco/fajitas were great. I sautéed an onion and yellow bell pepper in jalapeño infused olive oil. When softened to my preference, I added a TBS of taco seasoning and roasted it a few seconds before adding the pork. Served with shredded extra sharp cheddar & homemade salsa. OMG, they were fantastic. Thanks for the suggestion!

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                • Strat50
                  Strat50 commented
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                  Anytime. When ever we can't decide what to make, our first impulse is something Mexican. Its hard to go wrong with dead animal parts wrapped in a corn tortilla.

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