[Cover photo by Bergy.] Recipes that use already-cooked pork. Also check out the recipes in my cookbooks Chicken Leftovers—How to Use 'Em and Beef Up Your Dinner with Beef Leftovers , many of which can be adapted for pork.
This recipe uses canned black beans which cooks much faster than the dried variety, however, I still cook them for quite a while to achieve the desired "creaminess".
If pickled pork is not available in your area you may substitute cubed smoked ham. This is great on a cold winter day served with hot cornbread.
The source for this recipe is the cookbook Scandinavian Feasts by Beatrice Ojakangas. The author says this recipe was served at the Davidson Smorrebrod Shop, and an electrician ordered it so frequently, it became knows as The Electrician's Supper.
If you like to eat a variety of rice dishes, add this one to your menu!I once ate a rice that was similar to this one, but I wasn't able to get the recipe.I've created this as my own version of that rice, which can be served as a quicker alternative to "arroz con gandules", which happens to be my favorite!This dish is super quick, and super yummy! Enjoy!
I have not tried this recipe yet, but hopefully will make this soon as I love Char Siew Sow! Recipe found on internet - Jo's Bakery. Prep time includes 30mins chilling time for the dough. NOTE - this recipe is not really authentic as the fat used in traditional Chinese pastry is usually lard instead of butter.
A member requested this recipe on the German cooking forum. I had not made this recipe personally. I have combined two recipes from two different Austrian cookbooks my husband brought back from Austria.
While there are many recipes on Zaar for Sweet and Sour Pork, this is one that keeps the pork crispy. After finding this recipe years ago, I've used no other. Leftover pork roast or some thick, cooked pork chops are the basis for this. Planned leftovers are good! The recipe is from Busy Woman's Cookbook, published by Farm Journal in 1961.