Leftover Pork Roast Soup Recipes

Total Time 37 mins. Heat olive oil in a large pot over medium heat. Add onions, celery and carrots and cook on medium until the onions just start to turn translucent. Add the potatoes and chicken stock and simmer, cooking until the potatoes are fork-tender, about 15-20 minutes.

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Instructions. In a large pot or Dutch oven, add the olive oil, and heat the corn until just slightly golden brown. Stir in the pork. Add the chicken broth, cover and bring to a boil. …

Ratings: 8
Category: Soup
Cuisine: American
Total Time: 30 mins
1. In a large pot or Dutch oven, add the olive oil, and heat the corn until just slightly golden brown
2. Stir in the pork
3. Add the chicken broth, cover and bring to a boil
4. Reduce heat to medium, add the beans and kale, and cook until kale is just tender

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A very tasty way to use up leftover roast pork. I usually make a batch of homemade soup once a week for lunches, and this recipe is in my top ten for soups. This is …

Servings: 9
Total Time: 1 hr
Category: Pork
Calories: 128 per serving
1. In a soup kettle or Dutch oven, combine all ingredients except basil and bring to a boil.
2. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 45 minutes.
3. Sprinkle with basil when ready to serve.
4. You can substitute 2 cups cooked beans in place of the canned beans.

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In a soup kettle or Dutch oven, combine the first 9 ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer until vegetables are crisp-tender, about 45 …

Rating: 4/5(2)
Category: Lunch
Servings: 9
Total Time: 1 hr 10 mins
1. In a soup kettle or Dutch oven, combine the first 9 ingredients.
2. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer until vegetables are crisp-tender, about 45 minutes.
3. Sprinkle with basil.

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Use strips of leftover pork roast in place of beef in this creamy stroganoff. "Pork stroganoff is just as good as beef, if not better," says RC2STEP. "Pork, mushrooms, and onions in a creamy sour cream sauce. Yummy!" Actually, this recipe calls for pork chops, but leftover roast will be just as tasty.

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Step 1: Heat olive oil in a large pot over medium heat. Add onions, celery and carrots and cook on medium, stirring occasionally, until the onions just start to turn translucent. Step 2: Add the mushrooms and garlic. Cook until the vegetables start to become soft. Step 3: Add the potatoes and chicken stock.

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Others may just see leftover pork, but we see a world of delicious possibilities. Pork, known for its speedy cooking time and tender meat, is a great alternative to ham or beef tenderloin for a big family meal. The best part is that it can be prepared in so many different ways—from roasted on a sheet pan to smoked or slow-cooked, the renditions of pork are …

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Instructions. In a medium stock pot, melt butter over medium-high heat. Add carrot, celery, onion, sage, and thyme. Saute in butter for 3-5 minutes until vegetables are starting to get tender. Pour in broth and water, and bring to a boil. Add uncooked pasta and pork.

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May 16, 2011 07:41 AM 13. Hi--I'm trying to figure out how to use a chunk of pork shoulder in my freezer. It's a chunk of bone with a bit of meat left on it. I originally roasted it with garlic, oregano and vinegar. I'd like to turn it into soup but I'm not sure how. I have lots of chicken stock, herbs, vegetables and beans.

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Leftover Pork Roast Soup. This recipe brings together blackened corn and your leftover pork for a wonderfully flavorful soup. You also have onion, tomato, and you can add other veggies like corn, okra, celery, and green beans for a sensational soup packed with …

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This creamy quick pork and rice casserole comes together easily for a filling meal that your whole family will love. Leftover pork roast, onion, celery, cooked rice, soy sauce, and cream of mushroom soup are combined and baked until hot and bubbling. Add diced carrots or peas for extra flavor and a pop of color. 11 of 14.

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This is a recipe that I use to deal with leftover pork in roast, chop or pork loin form. It is very flexible in helping to use up other vegetables as well. You can even substitute the pork for leftover chicken too. A simple recipe that makes an easy meal. You can add diced mushrooms, partially cooked carrots, asparagus, peas and other vegetables that you wish to use.

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A pork roast is cooked in the crock pot along with canned crushed pineapple, dried cranberries, and dry onion soup mix. Use leftover roast beef to make this quick, hearty, healthy soup. Simple, but flavorful, this dish is an impressive meal any time of year. Double the recipe and freeze the leftovers.

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23. Leftover Pork Roast Soup. This 20-minute soup is light but full of flavors from pulled pork, white beans, corn, and kale. Obviously, it’s one of the healthiest leftover pork recipes out there! Toasting the corn adds extra flavor to this dish, while a small amount of lime juice brings extra freshness. 24.

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Rating: 4.77 stars. 20. This simple, earthy, rich, and satisfying soup is easy to make in your Instant Pot® or electric pressure cooker. This recipe uses pork and hominy along with spices and herbs. Feel free to adjust the ingredients to suit your taste. Serve in bowls and add your favorite toppings, such as sliced radishes, shredded cabbage

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A quick and easy soup made with leftover pulled pork, corn, white beans and kale. This decadent crab bisque is full of real crab meat, seasoned perfectly and thickened with cream. For an extra layer of flavor and depth, sherry is added at the end. This is a soup I make to use up left-over pork roast.

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Heat a small nonstick Dutch oven over medium-heat. Coat pan with cooking spray. Add onion, bell pepper, garlic, and jalapeño to pan; sauté for 2 minutes.

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What can i make with leftover pork roast?

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What is the best pork roast for a crock pot?

This lower temperature allows the meat to cook for long and soften as the fat melts off. It would take a 3 to 4-pound pork roast would take about 8 hours to cook on low and a little over 5 hours to cook on high. Type of Cut of Meat. The best type of roast to cook in a crock pot is the tough and fatty roasts. These types of cut get more tender the longer they cook whereas the leaner cuts of meat would dry out.

How to make soup with leftovers?

  • In a large stockpot, saute onions in olive oil over medium heat. ...
  • Stir in chicken broth, chilies, and spices, as well as lime juice. ...
  • Take a ladleful of beans and toss into a food processor or blender with a splash of broth from the pot. ...
  • Simmer, uncovered, for about 15 to 30 minutes to help develop flavors.

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How do you cook pork roast in a crock pot?

The Basics Of Cooking Pork Roast In A Crock Pot

  • Settings and Timing. Many crock pot s have only two settings which are the high and low settings. ...
  • Going From “High” Setting to “Low”. Although the difference between both settings may differ from pot to pot, one point of consistency is this: on the low setting, it takes ...
  • Food Would Cook As They Are Layered. ...

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