Thrice cooked pork sandwich

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2006/10/01 02:50:33 (permalink)

Thrice cooked pork sandwich

Roast up a pork tenderloin your favorite way. Cube the cooked pork. Deep fry the pork cubes for one minute. Take out. Now boil the pork cubes in apple cider for three minutes. Fill a pita and eat with hot sauce, onions, and shredded cabbage.

That's how we do!
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    PapaJoe8
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    RE: Thrice cooked pork sandwich 2006/10/01 12:16:24 (permalink)
    Wow, that sounds great THP!
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    RE: Thrice cooked pork sandwich 2006/10/01 16:56:07 (permalink)
    Mods, maybe this should be in Recipes? Sorry...

    PS - Also good on white bread with mayonnaise and pickles.
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    RE: Thrice cooked pork sandwich 2006/10/06 11:46:13 (permalink)
    it seems to me that deep frying the roasted pork (which if roasted correctly would be nice and juicy), would dry out the roasted pork. Then you're trying to infuse a liquid back in the pork, which usually does not work and it would seem that the boiling of the meat would get rid of any of the remaining pork flavor.

    What do you do in your thrice cooked process differently that retains the roasted pork flavor.



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