There has never been a better time to take advantage of the great tastes of pork, especially when it comes to utilizing leftovers. One of the best qualities of pork is its versatility. One cut or one night’s meal can be turned into a completely new flavor the next night! You can take “leftovers” to a completely new level with the recipe concepts below. Tonight gives you a recipe idea for meal one, and Tomorrow shows you how to transform extras into a new dish tomorrow. Talk about time and cost savings. Now, get cooking!
TONIGHT: Basil-Garlic Pork Chops require only chops + six ingredients, all of which you probably already have in your kitchen! Fire up the grill or cook via your favorite method. Also try easy Italian Marinated Pork Chops on the grill (two ingredients!).
TOMORROW: Simple and easy but oh so delicious! Slice any leftover pork chops into strips for Italian Pork Melts featuring pesto, roasted red peppers and mozzarella cheese.
TONIGHT: Perfect Pulled Pork is cooked low and slow with the ideal combination of spices and flavor. Assemble sandwiches or capitalize on pulled pork’s versatility and add to a salad or pizza!
TOMORROW: Use your perfectly pulled pork to assemble Pulled Pork Tostadas with Slaw and Chipotle Cream for back-to-back wins!
TONIGHT: Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Asian Dry Rub is a meal you can feel good about. Serve the sliced tenderloin with brown rice tossed with thinly sliced scallions and fresh chopped cilantro.
TOMORROW: Save a portion of yesterday’s pork tenderloin to make Baked Pork Egg Rolls! This dish is the ultimate use of leftovers, and can be served as an impressive and delicious appetizer as well!
TONIGHT: Pork Tenderloin Fajitas will become a “no recipe needed” type of meal in your household. After marinating simply roast in the oven. Slice and prepare your favorite fajitas. Make sure you make enough for leftovers tomorrow!
TOMORROW: The Continental Baguette is the perfect use for leftover tenderloin fajitas! This sandwich beats your normal lunch any day of the week.
TONIGHT: Sweet Southern Slow Cooker Ham is a great meal option to fix in the morning and forget until dinner as it cooks low and slow for eight hours.
TOMORROW: Put your leftover ham to good use in a light and fresh Crustless Basque Quiche.
TONIGHT: Have your family cheering when you serve a Boneless Pork Loin Roast. Bonus: it takes only five minutes of prep and pairs well with your favorite veggies and potatoes!
TOMORROW: Turn that leftover loin roast into a delicious Pork and Broccoli Phyllo, great for a meal or cut into appetizer portions.