15 pull ups Recipes

  • Clean Up Pulled Pork
    pulled pork or 1 cup other leftover pork and
    5 More
    pulled pork or 1 cup other leftover pork, slightly tired red potatoes, mushroom soup, water, dehydrated onion , toasted if ya got em, black pepper
    40 min, 6 ingredients
  • Pulled Pork Sandwiches
    pace chunky salsa, pace chipotle chunky salsa and
    8 More
    pace chunky salsa, pace chipotle chunky salsa, jellied cranberry sauce, cut up, brown sugar, prepared mustard, freshly grated or ground nutmeg, boneless pork shoulder, cut into 2-inch chunks, pepperidge farm farmhouse sesame white rolls, shredded lettuce, prepared coleslaw
    2 hour 45 min, 10 ingredients
  • Apple-Pear Pull-Up Pie
    granny smith apples, peeled and quartered and
    10 More
    granny smith apples, peeled and quartered, bartlett pears, peeled and quartered, sugar, lemon juice, butter or margarine, refrigerated piecrusts, egg, water, sugar, divided, whipping cream, orange liqueur (optional)
    11 ingredients
  • Carolina Style Pulled Pork Sandwich
    onions, quartered, light brown sugar, paprika, salt and
    23 More
    onions, quartered, light brown sugar, paprika, salt, black pepper, boneless pork butt, apple cider vinegar, worcestershire sauce, crushed red pepper flakes, sugar, dry mustard, garlic salt, cayenne (spice it up a bit with 1/2 tsp), yellow mustard, sugar, light brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, water, chili powder, black pepper, white pepper, cayenne, soy sauce, butter, liquid smoke, buns, coleslaw
    12 hour 30 min, 27 ingredients
  • Lexington-Style Vinegar Pulled Pork Sauce
    cider vinegar, kosher salt, white pepper and
    5 More
    cider vinegar, kosher salt, white pepper, red pepper flakes (original recipe called for up to 1 1/2 tsp), white sugar, brown sugar, fresh ground black pepper, ketchup
    15 min, 8 ingredients
  • Chicken Noodle Soup With Fresh Herbs
    my basic broth recipe and
    11 More
    my basic broth recipe, carcass of a chicken , and partly from a bunch of turkey necks . i make broth in a large pasta pot, with a drainer insert. then, when i am done, i can pull out and strain any bones, and the depleted soup veg in 1 easy shot, leaving the clear stock behind. this 1 included leek greens. carrots , celery, a parsnip, and bay, thyme and celery leaves in a little bundle. it turned out to be pretty concentrated, with a high bones to water ratio- after 4 hours burbling away on a tiny flame. ater making my noodle soup, i still have half of the broth left in the freezer.i like to make broth a day ahead, refrigerate and skim fat., ingredients for chicken soup, rich poultry broth 1 quart, sugar snap peas, cut in half 1 cup, sliced leftover roast lemon chicken meat 1 breast, fat type noodles 6 oz. dry, salt and freshly ground black pepper, fresh basil 1/4 cup , in thin strips a/k/a chiffonade, fresh tarragon 2 tbsps minced, fresh oregano or marjoram 2 tbsps chopped, fresh chives 1/4 cup, snipped up with scissors
    12 ingredients
  • Lightened up Pulled Pork
    pork tenderloin, onion, chopped, barbecue sauce and
    3 More
    pork tenderloin, onion, chopped, barbecue sauce, brown sugar, wine vinegar, potato dinner rolls or 8 -10 other soft rolls, split
    5 hour 20 min, 6 ingredients
  • Hot Roast Beef Commercials
    i use a 3 1/2 to 4 lb chuck roast, well marbelized with f... and
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    i use a 3 1/2 to 4 lb chuck roast, well marbelized with fat, and if you can find a bone-in roast, that s better yet (but it s almost always boneless chuck that you find at the grocer). i like to quickly rinse the roast in cold water just before i lay it on the cutting board to coat it with seasoned flour. place the following ingredients in a small baggie and shake the closed bag to mix it up, flour, salt, garlic salt, crazy mixed-up salt (if you can tsp get this seasoning, use seasoned salt instead, but jane s is by far the best), pepper, use your hands to generously pat the seasoned flour into the roast, on both sides, flipping the roast a couple times and repeating the process., in a dutch oven or roasting pan large enough to hold the roast, heat 1 tbsp oil over medium high heat - you want your pan and oil to be hot enough to sear the roast well when you put it in the pan. when the oil is just about to the smoking point, put the roast in and cover the pan. let the meat sear until nicely browned on the bottom, then flip the roast. let it sear for a minute or two on the second side, then add, beef stock (i much prefer the boxed stock to the canned broth - it just seems to give the gravy a much richer taste in the end), cover the roasting pan and place it in a pre-heated 300 degree oven. roast for 4 to 5 hours, until the meat is fork tender and falls apart easily. i check the roast each hour, quickly opening the lid, just to make sure the stock has not evaporated. as long as your pan has a good seal on it, this shouldn tsp happen. but if necessary, add more stock to the pan., an hour before the roast is done , prepare the mashed potatoes. peel 6 large red potatoes (these work better - at least for me - because they are much moister than the russets, so the mashed potatoes are creamier); cut into 1/4th, and place them in a large saucepan - rinse the cut potatoes 2 times in cold water, then cover them in fresh cold water and place the pan over medium high heat; boil until tender. this is usually about 30 minutes, but it depends on the size of your cuts, so just cook them until you can easily insert a fork into a potato. drain potatoes well, reserving 1 cup of the water for the gravy. add the following to the hot potatoes, butter, sour cream, milk, salt, crazy mixed up salt (use regular salt or garlic salt if jane s salt is not available), pepper, i use a hand masher , but you can use an electric mixer or however you chose to mash the potatoes into a creamy yet firm texture. add more milk if potatoes are too stiff. place the mashed potatoes in a buttered casserole dish, cover with foil, and place in the oven to keep warm while you make the gravy., prepare the gravy, melt 2 tbsp butter, stir in 1/4 cup flour to make a paste, stir in enough beef stock to thin the paste enough to pour., finished roast from the pan and place it on a plate; cover meat with foil to keep warm., place the roasting pan over a medium flame and bring the liquid to a gentle boil (i usually seem to have about 1 1/2 to 2 cups liquid in the pan when the roast is done - if you have less, just use the beef stock to increase your liquid)., use a whisk to gradually whisk in the butter/flour/stock liquid., add 2 tbsp beef base - i use tone s (i prefer beef base to buillon - has a richer flavor and is really worth having on hand, but if you can tsp find this, try knorr s beef buillon extra large cubes), add the 1 cup of reserved potato water, add 1/2 cup beef stock, taste the gravy and see if you want more seasoning. i usually find i don tsp need to add anything at this point, since i have the seasoning from the flour coating and the stock and the beef base. if you think you need more seasoning, add salt and pepper to your taste. beef base will also give you more saltiness., keep the gravy warm while you uncover the meat and use 2 forks to pull the meat apart into small to medium chunks., you are now ready to assemble...
    5 hour , 32 ingredients
  • Cheesy Chicken Tortilla Soup
    yellow onion, chopped, garlic cloves, minced and
    19 More
    yellow onion, chopped, garlic cloves, minced, vegetable oil, chicken stock or 4 cups broth, green pepper, chopped, tomato puree, jalapeno pepper , seeds removed and finely minced (more or less, to taste), salt, pepper, sugar, chili powder (i love chipolte in this recipe) (optional), worcestershire sauce, hot sauce (more or less, to taste, 1 recipe called for up to 1/2 cup), flour , more if you like a really thick soup, water, cooked chicken , cut into bite sized pieces (cubed or pulled), heavy cream, fat free sour cream, processed cheese, cut into 1 inch cubes, corn tortillas (colored or yellow), fresh cilantro, roughly chopped (optional)
    30 min, 21 ingredients
  • Summer Mexican Shrimp Cocktail Served in a Large Glass
    shrimp , to large, ketchup, prefer organic and
    7 More
    shrimp , to large, ketchup, prefer organic, avocados, diced, red onion, diced, fresh cilantro (pull out the stems and chop up the leaves), limes, cucumber, diced, sea salt and pepper, orange juice
    15 min, 9 ingredients
  • Pace Pulled Pork Sandwiches Pace Pulled Pork Sandwiches
    pace picante sauce, jellied cranberry sauce, cut up and
    7 More
    pace picante sauce, jellied cranberry sauce, cut up, brown sugar , packed, prepared mustard, freshly grated nutmeg or 1 tsp ground nutmeg, boneless pork, cut into 2-inch cubes, pepperidge farm white rolls (with sesame seeds), shredded lettuce, coleslaw
    22 min, 9 ingredients
  • Linda's Spaghetti Salad Linda's Spaghetti Salad
    spaghetti noodles and
    10 More
    spaghetti noodles, grape tomatoes, cut in half or 1 cup grape tomatoes, left whole, cucumbers , cut in half lengthwise, then in half again and sliced, onion , cut in half then sliced, green pepper , sliced into this strips then cut into thirds, stalks celery , cut into small slices, broccoli florets , pulled apart and cut up, cauliflower florets , pulled apart and cut up, black olives, sliced, salad supreme dry seasoning , to taste, zesty italian salad dressing , to taste
    40 min, 11 ingredients
  • Fried Apples Fried Apples
    apples , corred and sliced and
    4 More
    apples , corred and sliced, onion, quartered , and pulled apart, bacon, cut up, sugar, salt
    30 min, 5 ingredients

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