Who said that leftovers have to be boring? We had some pork roast left over from our delicious meals of black beans and rice with roast pork. The Captain made a delicious pork stew out of the leftovers! I can't tell you how much money we have just thrown down the garbage can until we started coming up with ways to turn one meal into another.
There are many things you can do with leftover pork roast. My favorite is to make sandwiches on some good hoagie bread. How about a pot of any type of beans with the leftover pork thrown in? I've used them in my famous "Gina's Cuban Style Fried Rice" . . . actually, all types of leftovers end up in that dish!
1-3 lbs Gina’s Mojo Pork* or your roast pork
1-3 large onions quartered
4-8 medium potatoes cut into bite sized pieces
1-2 heaping tablespoons of minced garlic
½ to 1 12 oz can of tomato sauce
½ to 1 can corn
½ to 1 can peas
2 quarts of water
Bring the water to a boil and add the onions, garlic, and potatoes boil for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile slice or shred Gina’s Mojo Pork, keep some of the fat and discard the rest.
Reduce the onions/potato/garlic mixture to a simmer and add Gina’s Mojo Pork. Add just enough tomato sauce to taste. When the stew simmers add salt and pepper to taste.
Occasionally stir the stew. As it cooks it will become long shreds of pork and the sauce will reduce. When the potatoes have become soft (about 20 minutes), mash them against the side of the pot to break them apart.
Add the corn and peas. Heat until steaming and serve with biscuits.
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