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Years ago, Mid 1990 I think. I was sitting around talking about how the Pizza chains had come out with BBQ Pizza when I got the idea of BBQ Lasagna. I was inspired by the pizza, my Italian family upbringing and my southern living as an adult. This may sound strange at first but everyone I have served it to for the past 10+ years loved it. I start by cooking a large 6-10 lb Boston Butt on the smoker ahead of time slicing off some for a diner and then pulling the rest for pulled pork sandwiches and of course BBQ Lasagna. If you are already accustomed to pulled pork you are ahead of the game. If not there are many great smoked Boston Butt/pulled pork recipes on the web. If this seams like way to much work (smoking/ barbequing is a sport and requires lots of time and beer) then there is ready made pulled pork alternatives sold in most grocery stores that could be used. Here is one I see in the stores. Lloyd’s BBQ Pork, search lloydsbbq.com http://www.lloydsbbq.com/products_shredporkbbq.aspI have not tried this but I’m sure it would be pretty good. I will stick with smoking and pulling my own. The same can be said for BBQ sauce. There is lots of good recipes on the web or use your favorite store bought brand. You can go spicy or sweet the choice is fully yours. Fact is you will find that you can vary this entire recipe many different ways using your favorite Lasagna recipe if you already have one. I like to think of this more as an Idea then a recipe. You can even trade out BBQ pulled Chicken, Beef etc. I will not use exact measurements for the pork or BBQ sauce as like I said I always make a lot and use what is left for other meals. I would guess I use somewhere between 1-2 lbs of pork in the Lasagna. I mix plenty of BBQ sauce to my pulled pork in a sauce pan and bring it to a slow simmer. (Don’t burn) You just want the meat good and wet with the sauce and enough to simmer but not so much it is soupy. It should be very meaty. On the flip side if you choose a real thick sauce you may need to add a little water to thin it out. You’re looking for the same consistency as a traditional marinara sauce to spread easily and be soaked up by the lasagna.
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Serving Size: 1 (157 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
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shredded pork with barbecue sauce