Pork isn't always the fastest thing to cook, so using up leftovers can result in quick pork-based dishes for weeknights. Use fattier cuts, such as pork belly, sparingly to add loads of flavor without too many extra calories. Pork tenderloin is an ideal choice for a main dish due its ability to be sliced, shredded, or chopped. In this filling bowl, bulgur is a great go-to grain because of its quick cook time and neutral flavor.
Recipe by: Carrie Elizabeth. A quick and easy one-skillet dish perfect for weeknight suppers. Fresh ginger is really the key to this dish so don't substitute if you can possibly avoid it. You can buy a good size chunk of ginger, peel, dice and freeze in a mini ice-cube tray. Then store This made a delicious, quick and easy lunch using some leftover pork chops. I used the vegetables I had on hand, which included all the vegetables in the recipe, except for the celery.
Now, you have a fridge full of leftovers. Don't just reheat it and eat the same old meal. Instead, try one of these excellent ways to use up that extra meat!
These quick, easy Chinese noodles are deliciously savory and chewy, with a bit of heat. Fresh linguine is a great substitute for Chinese noodles. In a microwave-safe bowl, cover the shiitake with water and microwave at high power for 2 minutes.