Pulled Pork with Stir-Fried Broccoli and Dried Cranberries (Serves 1)
Cooking a big pork roast creates a lot of leftovers at my house because it is usually just my wife and I eating. The meals I create with leftovers are among my favorites, so I am happy to have them. You can see my original slow cooker recipe for pulled pork by clicking here. What follows is my recipe for stir-fried broccoli and dried cranberries with leftover pulled pork.
Prep and cook time: 15 minutes
Leftover pulled pork
1 stalk of broccoli
Directions: Rinse broccoli, cut florets from stalk and cut the stalk into bite-sized coins. Melt one or two tablespoons of coconut oil in wok over medium heat. Add broccoli and stir to coat with coconut oil. Season with salt and garlic powder to taste. Add a splash of water, cover, and let cook for 5 minutes. Add pulled pork. Add another splash of water if the wok is too dry. Stir and add a handful of dried cranberries. Cover and let cook another 5 minutes. Transfer food to a bowl or plate and eat!
Notes: I usually prepare 3 or 4 stalks of broccoli at once and keep the florets and coins in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. l add one-third pulled pork and two-thirds broccoli because I want to eat more vegetables than meat at every meal.
The Breville Stainless-Steel 7-Quart Slow Cooker with EasySear Insert on display in my Store is similar to the Cuisinart Multi Cooker that I picked up at Williams-Sonoma. Check it out by clicking on the Store link in the upper right hand corner of this site. The Cuisinart has a see-through top and the Breville has a stainless steel top. I like being able to see inside without opening the lid, but the Breville sells for $75 less than the Cuisinart.
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