Sunday, August 17, 2008

Reader Submits: Making Leftovers Magic: Shake n' Bake Boneless Pork Ribs Recipe

Thanks to our correspondant from the Oregon coastal regions for this excellent way to cook up a leftover pork rib. Needed: 1 leftover shake and bake boneless pork rib (approx half pound) 1 heaping tablespoon white flour 1 heaping teaspoon corn starch 2 tablespoons pure virgin olive oil up to 1 cup fat free milk 1/2 cup water salt and pepper shakers Preperation: slice the leftover rib into shreds. simmer pieces over low heat in a 1qt sauce pan until warm. add the olive oil. increase heat gradually to medium, be sure that it does not burn to the bottom of the pan. stir frequently. heat until pork slices are thoroughly hot and grease collects in the bottom of the pan. medium heat should be achieved at this point. add flour to a 1/4 cup of water, stir until smooth. add flour and water mix to pork, stir briskly. add 1/2 cup milk and let mixture heat back up. add corn starch to 1/4 cup water, add mixture to pan, again, stirring briskly. once heated, add milk until you reach the desired thickness (keep in mind this wil thicken up a bit as it cools). salt to taste, should not take much, add a dash of black pepper. simmer over low heat for a good 10 minutes stirring frequently. serve over wheat toast on square plate as shown above.

6 comments:

etathed said...

great use of leftovers. using left overs to create all new foodstuffs is a great art.

keyword kenneth said...

that looks even better than a denny's grand slam breakfast.

Samsquanch said...

remember to take all of your meds as directed

crim_ said...

looks like someone vomited on toast.

Barnabus said...

only an islaaaammm would vomit pork. ty for the support from you other fellers.

crim_ said...

try some falafel, now thats a man's meal.