This recipe was fabulous! I don't like to waste food, so it was an easy and delicious way to use up leftover roast pork. I made exactly as the recipe was posted. The whole family ate it up and loved it. I'll be making it again!
I will make an extra tenderloin from now on just to make this recipe. Outstanding flavor!
Thanks Chef Susan, this was very good. I had leftover boneless pork country ribs from a cookout. I also added the pork chunks with the tomatoes to let them blend a bit and served over some yolk free egg noodles. Then I just threw them altogether for leftover leftovers! The picture looks kind of gross, it's not the most beautiful dish that I've ever made. But it was indeed very much comfort food, quite tasty, and I will bet will be even better tomorrow.
The taste was fine but it looks so unappealing. My husband liked it but I don't think I'll be making it again unless I can figure out how to change the color. I tried adding kitchen bouquet to darken it a bit but it didn't help.
I was looking for something different to do with my leftover pork roast and happened upon this recipe. I made it tonight. I didn't add fennel seeds or celery salt because I didn't have any on hand. I didn't have a green pepper but I had a bag of miniature red/orange/yellow peppers so used 6 of those. Delicious! Hubby went back for seconds!
It was ok. I would leave out the caraway seeds.
Wow, this was excellent! I had to leave out the green pepper because they don't agree with a couple of people around here, but I know I would have loved it in here. Also, we aren't big caraway fans, so I used about 2 tsp of paprika and a bay leaf. I'm sometimes leery of this kind of "clean out the fridge" recipe, but everything here came together so well. Truly a comforting meal. Five stars for sure!
Just tried this recipe. It was a big hit. Nice to find creative ways to use up leftovers.
It was a hit in our house. I made a cowboy caviar and steamed broccoli. this dish is easy and a must try....
This was pretty good. The pork roast was overcooked and dry to begin with so I put it in with the tomatoes and simmered an hour. Definitely improved the quality of the meat. A little too runny - maybe I was supposed to drain the tomatoes. Next time I think I'll leave the sour cream out. Served over rice.