Sunday Brunch: Leftover Pulled Pork Recipe Platter
Brunch means breakfast and lunch at a same time, it’s the midmorning meals. Have you ever wondered who brought this concept of brunch into our lives? The person called “Guy Beringer” and the concept behind his brunch was curing his Sunday morning hangovers. Funny isn’t it!
Nevertheless, brunches are a perfect way to start our lazy Sunday. It’s a perfect reason to have a nice get together and to have a perfect meal in a sunny afternoon with your loved ones. Brunches happens to be favorite meal of many of us.
One of the easiest way to make your brunch quick and easy is by incorporating leftovers in the preparation. Use some innovations and ideas to uplift the whole recipe to another level. Today the recipe which I have shared, is one of the personal favorite and family approved recipe. And for this you need some leftover pulled pork recipe. Pulled pork recipe is one of the versatile recipe altogether. Whether you make it in a slow cooker or in oven. It tastes simply great all the time.
For this recipe you will be needing rice, leftover pulled pork, some cheese and coleslaw mix. The best thing about this recipe is that the whole recipe can be prepared in under 30 minutes which makes it even amazing for busy weeknights if you have the leftovers for lunch. This is a simple recipe which is simply delicious in taste that your family would ask you to make it again and again. So without wasting further time, let’s jot down this amazing pulled pork recipe –
This recipe serves up to 4 servings
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Total: 20 minutes
- 3 cups coleslaw mix
- ¼ cup mayonnaise
- 1 tsp. white vinegar [or cider vinegar]
- 1 package Knorr Menu Flavors Rice Sides - Baby Back BBQ flavor, prepared according to package directions
- 3 cups leftover pulled BBQ pork or BBQ beef, heated
- 1 cup shredded Gouda cheese [or shredded mozzarella cheese]
- Salt and pepper, for seasoning (if required)
- Hot pepper sauce (optional)
- First combine coleslaw mix, mayonnaise and vinegar in medium bowl. Season, if required, with ground black pepper and hot pepper sauce; set aside.
- Now arrange hot the prepared rice Sides (Baby Back BBQ flavor) on serving platter, then top with leftover pork or beef.
- Sprinkle with some cheese, then top with coleslaw.
To get the slow cooker pulled pork recipe, Click Here. This recipe is cooked in a crockpot and flavors are delicious and classic. Use boneless pork shoulder to make an amazing tender and juicy meal.
At the end, whosoever brought the concept of brunch was surely a genius. Whether you are having brunch because of that Sunday hangovers to shake off the headaches and to calm the gurgling stomachs or simply having brunch because you are feeling too lazy to cook, then this recipe would surely help you and will give you a delectable recipe to satisfy your hunger. Lastly as Beringer wrote; “Brunch is cheerful, sociable and inciting. It is talk-compelling, it makes you satisfied with yourself and your fellow beings.”