So this is a collaboration that involves a bunch of other incredible bloggers and it’s all about leftover pulled pork. And all the incredible recipes you can make with it. I can guarantee you that these pulled pork recipes will get you super hungry!
And of course, we first need to make the pulled pork. All of these bloggers used my smokey and spicy pulled pork as their base recipe, so click here if you would like to check that out.
Here are the 8 leftover pulled pork recipes
The Anthony Kitchen/Kelly’s Pulled Pork Salad Recipe: This is definitely how you take a salad up a notch. Not just because of the pulled pork but because of the beautiful balance of flavour Kelly has brought to the table. The freshness, the acidity, the spiciness. Way to go Kelly!!
Holy Whisk/Reka’s Pulled Pork Cuban Sandwich: Ok so I don’t know if you’ve seen the movie “Chef” (if you haven’t, watch it), but Reka’s pulled pork Cubano sandwiches are inspired by that movie. The only difference is that her’s are even more epic!
Sugar Salt Magic/Marie’s Spicy Pulled Pork Empanadas: So Marie is just an incredible recipe developer and she didn’t let us down with these Empanadas. Nothing like getting a pulled pork surprise inside this delicious flaky pastry. Not only that, she served these with the most incredible looking homemade salsa and avocado cream. Don’t think it can get any better than that!
Roots and Radishes/Tera’s Summery Pulled Pork and Veggie bowls: This just screams summer, but the pulled pork just makes those summer veggies a whole lot more exciting. Tera kept it simple but very well thought out at the same time!!
Foodolic/Marie’s Polenta 3 ways: So this post just shows that if you want to know how to prepare polenta, Marie is the one to teach you how to do that. And she prepared the polenta in the traditional way, she topped it off with the pulled pork which I thought was such an awesome idea. Awesome job Marie!!
Dahlia Kitchen/Alicia’s Hawaiian Pulled Pork Pizza: I mean, come on, what better way to take a Hawaiian pizza to a whole new level. And this is such an incredible way to get that beautiful sweet and salty combination when you take that bite of the pulled pork and the pineapple.
The Winsome Baker/Kearin’s Pulled Pork Khachapuri: I have actually never even heard of Khachapuri until Kearin, the most amazing baker in the world brought it to my attention. What an amazing looking dish right?! Just looking at this makes me drool. Go show Kearin some love by making this amazing recipe.
And my Pulled Pork Sliders: And finally, we got pulled pork sliders in mini brioche buns with lemon and yoghurt coleslaw. And as much as I loved these sliders, once I posted this recipe I knew that there are so many different recipes you can create with pulled pork. And that is how I got inspired to do this collaboration in the first place. With that being said, if you’re a burger fan you should definitely give these sliders a go!
And there you have it, my friends. 8 incredible pulled pork recipes to mess around with. These bloggers did such an awesome job so I highly recommend that you check out their recipes too because they all have plenty to share. If you would like to subscribe to this blog to receive a weekly recipe and to receive an ebook featuring 10 free recipes, go right ahead!!
Also, if you make any one of my recipes, feel free to use the hashtag #blogtastic.food on Instagram to show me the results. Or you can just tag me. Love you all loads, have an amazing day and I’ll send another post your way soon!
Awesome post! They all sound so yummy! I love everyone’s unique take on making different dishes with the same building block of pulled pork. So impressive to see the creativity.
Great pulled pork collection of ideas though the khachapuri really caught my eye. I’ve used it as a topping for a flatbread/tortilla pizza along with a barbecue sauce base as well as a tamale filling and, of course, as a bun/slider filling.
I know right!? They all did such a splendid job. Thanks for your comment (:
Indeed it caught my eye as well, never even heard of a Khachapuri before. But it looks so good. That pizza sounds awesome, love the sound of that bbq base 😉
Great post, Nicolas! I loved seeing all the recipes that were contributed. Thank you for asking me to be a part of this!
This post is detailed and filled with great recipes!
My pleasure! Thank you for making a wicked recipe (:
Thanks so much! much appreciated (:
This was such a great idea! Pulled pork is one of my favorite things to eat, so I’m excited to try a few of these recipes. I can’t believe how versatile pulled pork is – especially on Hawaiian pizza, that sounds amazing 🙂
Great work, Nicolas. Easy to create something delish with a great base recipe. Thanks for organising this collaboration. It was fun and the world has 8 wonderful new ways to use pulled pork. Woohoo ?
Thanks Marie! It was my pleasure and super fun trying something a bit different. (:
Thank you Kara! Pulled pork is bea….Really hope you enjoy the recipes (:
Great post, as usual. Your creativity is unlimited and your photos are drop dead gorgeous. Thanks.
Thank Hirut! only the last recipe is my content though, the rest of those posts are other awesome bloggers 😉
Hi Nick! That pulled pork sandwich at the top looks about perfect! I’m pinning this one! thanks!
Awesome Thanks Rhonda!! I know the sandwich looks amazing, really want to make it next time I make pulled pork (:
this post makes me wish I could sample all of them–All at once!
haha me too!!!
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It’s always a great memory for me 🙂 and the other creations are so inventive 🙂 love them all guys!!!
Thanks so much for all your kind comments (:
These are great ways to make and eat pulled pork.
Thanks!! they all did such a fabulous job! (:
Nice compilation post … great ideas.
Thanks so much!! (: