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Got this recipe from a newletter, and they are really tasty. Easy to cart around or for taking to work for lunches and in the trailer! Suggestion for a lunch or dinner is to serve with fries and cole slaw or chips.
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Pulled Pork BBQ Cups

1/4 cup barbecue sauce -- (1/4 to 1/3)
1 tube refrigerated biscuits -- 10 biscuits
leftover pulled pork -- about 3/4 cup
dill pickle slices
thinly sliced roma tomatoes
finely chopped red onion or sweet onion
shredded Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese blend -- about 1/2 cup

Heat oven to 400°. Lightly spray 10 muffin cups with baking spray or grease lightly.

Flatten biscuits slightly and press into muffin cups, pressing up the sides. Put about 1/2 teaspoon of the barbecue sauce in each cup. Top with about 1 to 1 1/2 tablespoons of pulled pork, then top with a thin slice of tomato and a pickle. Sprinkle with a little onion and then top each cup with shredded cheese. Bake for 12 to 14 minutes, until lightly browned.

Makes 5 to 10 servings, depending on the meal and appetites.

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And I still have not regulated my refrigerator correctly...
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#22
  Pulled Pork BBQ Cups cjs Got this recipe from...
Jean, these sound good for a Superbowl party too! What a great idea, thanks for sharing.
What the heck am I looking at in your fridge? are those eggs?
Theresa

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#23
  Re: Pulled Pork BBQ Cups chef_Tab Jean, these sound go...
I'm with Theresa, Jean....are those supposed to be eggs?

The pork cups look really good. I'm not sure about the pickle, but the rest sounds good.
Daphne
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  Pulled Pork BBQ Cups cjs Got this recipe from...
Those pulled pork cups look really good - I think they'll be wonderful for the Superbowl too.

Uhm, Jean - if those are Gert's eggs - they don't look too golden.
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#25
  Re: Pulled Pork BBQ Cups Harborwitch Those pulled pork cu...
we didn't think pickles were the thing either!

Poor Gert is probably too old to lay any eggs, but I guess if she did they would like like that....
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#26
  Re: Pulled Pork BBQ Cups cjs we didn't think pic...
Gads I'm sure glad . . . oh never mind!
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  Re: Pulled Pork BBQ Cups Harborwitch Gads I'm sure glad ....
Jean,how do you think these would do in wonton wrappers pressed into muffin cups?
Theresa

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  Re: Pulled Pork BBQ Cups chef_Tab Jean,how do you thin...
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Jean,how do you think these would do in wonton wrappers pressed into muffin cups?



To heck with that! If you have wonton wrappers for this, turn it into potstickers, instead! YUMMMMMMMMMMM!
If blueberry muffins have blueberries in them, what do vegan muffins have?
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  Re: Pulled Pork BBQ Cups labradors [blockquote]Quote:[h...
But Rob, I like the idea of baking. Not that I don't love potstickers, just baking is a tad healthier.
Theresa

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  Re: Pulled Pork BBQ Cups chef_Tab But Rob, I like the ...
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But Rob, I like the idea of baking. Not that I don't love potstickers, just baking is a tad healthier.



Okay. Just an idea.

For something else you may like to bake like this, the Breakfast Pies recipe I posted earlier. Here's the picture that came with the recipe. Needless to say, I thought of these, right away, when I saw the picture Jean posted.

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If blueberry muffins have blueberries in them, what do vegan muffins have?
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