Dry to Fly Pork Roast

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Re-habbed Pork Roast Using RUST BBQ Sauce
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 
I’m not a big fan of white meat pork for smoking. I like to go for large cuts that are visibly full of dark meat or what I call dirty. They are also often full of fat marbling. For whatever reason I once again picked up a white meat pork roast thinking I could smoke it into greatness. That didn’t happen but in an effort to not waste, I pulled pork apart and simmered it in RUST for an hour. From dry to alright, alright, alright…
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Servings: 4
Ingredients
Smoked Pork Roast You Weren’t Happy With
  • 3 pound cooked pork roast
  • 8 ounces RUST
Framework
  • 1 bag frozen shoestring fries
  • 1 bag of buns
  • 1 onion
  • 1 jar pickled jalapenos
  • 1 box Velveeta cheese
  • ½ ounce milk
  • 1 dash dried green stuff for pretty
Instructions
Let's Take This One Start To Finish
  1. Shred pork as small as you can by hand.
  2. In a simmer heated pot that can handle your pulled pork add pork and RUST
  3. Simmer and stir every so often until it’s obviously tender-er. You may have to add water in ¼ cup intervals. Your looking at 45 to 60 minutes here.
  4. Bake frozen shoestring fries according to package.
  5. Cut about 2 inch chunk of cheese and dice it to ¼ inch cubes.
  6. Put cheese and milk in bowl and microwave at 30 seconds. Check, stir, and repeat until melted.
  7. Toast your buns either buy a toaster or I lightly buttered both sides and grilled on medium heat pan until brown.
  8. Slice onion if using.
  9. Make your sandwich with the pork. You can add more RUST but what I did in picture was for marketing the sauce. It’s not necessary.
  10. Plate the baked fries and pour melted Velveeta over them.
  11. Add some slice pickled jalapenos and whatever else you like.
  12. Get ya sum!
Recipe Notes

The shoestring fries were especially nice and close to what you get in a drive through but fresh not wilted.

 

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