Canned pork can be used in numerous recipes, from soup and stews to sandwiches and tacos – making this meat versatile and cost-effective.
This recipe calls for low-sodium canned stewed pork mixed with beans, corn, and other vegetables for an irresistibly flavorful taco filling bursting with both herbaceous and umami notes.
Stewed Pork Cabbage with Rice
This rustic dish with cabbage and fork-tender pork pieces uses only simple ingredients. Tomatoes tenderize the pork while breaking down its fat reserves resulting in ultra buttery texture with subtle sauerkraut flavor.
Heat a skillet on medium high heat with some oil, and brown the pork on all sides in batches. Transfer this browned pork to a large pot or dutch oven, adding garlic, Hungarian paprika, caraway seeds, salt, and pepper before mixing well.
Cook partially covered for around an hour. Add rice and cabbage, taste for seasoning and serve. Adding parsley as desired can further elevate this delicious dish! If you are searching for an easy cabbage casserole dish that offers delicious comfort food, this one should not disappoint – serve it alongside bread for optimal absorption of its rich broth!
Spicy Pulled Pork Sandwich
Canned pork is an economical solution to creating quick and convenient meals on the fly. As a versatile ingredient, canned pork can be used in several recipes such as stews and soups, while sauces or gravies add depth of flavor while simultaneously moistening the meat. Searing can add even further depth of flavor while searing gives it that distinctive smoky taste!
This recipe for spicy pulled pork sandwiches is easy and requires minimal ingredients. Simply season the pork with chili powder, paprika, salt and pepper before cooking in a skillet until crispy before covering in barbecue sauce for the ultimate sandwich experience – ideal for movie nights!
Egg Omelette with Canned Spicy Pork
Egg omelettes make an ideal breakfast or lunch option, whether you like to keep things simple with just some ham or go all-out with carnitas and fajita vegetables – just be careful not to overfill yours, as too much filling may make folding difficult or cause it to disintegrate in the pan!
Beat eggs until fluffy but not stiff; don’t overbeat, as this could produce air bubbles that could result in an unpleasant omelette texture. Season to taste with salt and pepper as desired.
Heat the oil in a large pan over medium high heat; when hot, pour in the eggs and swirl to cover the bottom of the pan. When the top surface looks set but wet, add cheese and pork mixture evenly across top surface of omelette.
Canned Spicy Pork with Rice Vermicelli
Canned pork can be used in numerous dishes. As an essential pantry item, it helps you quickly prepare delicious meals while also adding an abundance of flavor and umami.
This recipe is an easy and tasty soup made with canned stewed pork, packed with vegetables that provide color and texture, as well as lots of herbs for an herbaceous and umami-packed flavor profile.
This easy meal can feed up to five people. It consists of rice, garlic, frozen peas and seasoned canned pork sauteed in pork fat topped with an irresistibly crunchy egg for extra crunchiness.
Canned Paprika Shredded Pork
An ideal way to use canned paprika is to prepare spicy shredded pork and serve it alongside rice vermicelli – it will quickly satisfy your hunger! Plus, its mild flavour makes this meal suitable for kids while more adventurous cooks may like adding chili sauce for added spice!
Pack the jars correctly when canning meat; for this recipe, it is ideal to leave 1″ of headspace. Next, add an appropriate amount of canning salt (not table salt!) which does not contain anti-caking agents.
This satisfying green bean canned pork soup makes a delicious meal that will fill you up quickly while providing loads of important vitamins and nutrients. Plus, its quick preparation means less waste from packaging waste!