I know a lot of you are always asking what to do with leftover pulled pork. I think I’ve got the best solution.
What if Colonel Sanders decided to make deep-fried pork instead of chicken. Maybe it would look something like the deep-fried pulled pork burger I made here.
- Leftover pulled pork
- 250 grams of butter
- all-purpose flour
- 1 ½ liter Chicken stock
- BBQ rub
- 1 slice of cheese per burger
For the breading station
- All-purpose flour
- 3 eggs
Pulled pork sauce
- 1/4 cup ketchup
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 tablespoon mustard
- 1 tablespoon Ketjap Manis
- 2 teaspoons Worchestershire sauce
For the burger
- burger bun
- shredded lettuce
- onion slices
- We start by making a quick roux. Melt the butter. Add all-purpose flour to that until you have a smooth paste. Stir and cook it until your roux becomes brown.
- Add the chicken stock to it until it is smooth.
Mix the roux with the pulled pork till you have a kneadable consistency. Add a bit of BBQ rub to boost the flavors.
- Take a sheet of aluminum foil and flatten the pulled pork paste out untile you have the thickness of a burger. Stick this in the fridge to firm up for at least 6 hours.
- Mix all the ingredients for the sauce and heat it up and let it come to a boil. Stir it until you have a syrupy bubble. Then let it cool down.
- Take the flattened pulled pork out of the fridge and cut it into patties with a round cutter. Take a slice of cheese and cut it a bit smaller and stick in between 2 of those patties. Press them together until they form one burger.
- Make a breading station with a plate off all-purpose flour, one plate with 3 eggs, and a plate of breadcrumbs. Beat the eggs until they are loose.
- Take the patties and dip them first in the flour. Dip it in the eggs and finally in the breadcrumbs.
- Heat up your frying pan to 180°C (356F) and slide the patties in the hot oil. Let them swim until they are golden brown. Place them on a cooling rack to let the fat drip off.
- Slice open a bun, put on some mayonnaise, shredded lettuce, pickles, the deep-fried pulled porker pattie. Then some onion slices and finish with the sauce and the crown of the bun.
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