This recipe may seem a bit over-the-top, but it's so much fun that you just can't resist it. If you've ever wondered what to do with leftover pulled pork from last night, here's your official answer: Loaded Pulled Pork Pancakes, made from pulled pork patties topped with BBQ syrup.
- Follow 1 of our pulled pork recipes to make 2 kg or 4.4 lbs pulled pork.
- If this is leftover pulled pork; put the pulled pork in an oven tray and covered with aluminium foil.
- Fire up your flat top griddle and put the tray on the griddle plate. Let it slowly come up to temperature until warm again.
- When heated, make sure all of the pulled pork is pulled enough.
- Take out your blender and add 180 grams or 6.35 oz of all purpose flour.
- Add 3½ tbsp baking powder, 1 tbsp white sugar, ¼ tsp table salt, 355.5 ml or 1½ cup milk, 1 egg and 3 tbsp of melted butter ( or lard )
- Mix it up in the blender.
- Pour 1 tbsp of butter ( or lard) on top of the griddle plate.
- Pour a little bit of batter on the hot plate and wait for it to bake.
- Flip it around and bake the other side.
- Continue making the pancakes until all the batter is used.
- Take handful of pulled pork and spread it out on the plate to get the same size as your pancakes.
- Push everything down against the plate as you would with a smashed burger. You need to keep doing this to push out as much fat as you can.
- Flip it and do the other side as well.
- Stack it on top of a pancake and continue making these pork patties and stack 1 pancake in between ever time you finish a patty.
- Make 250 ml or 1 cups of Carolina BBQ sauce according to it's recipe.
- Take that 1 cup and pour it in a pan and add 250 ml of syrup ( any kind ) and mix it up while coming up to temperature.
- Take a small slice of butter ( 2 tbsp) and add it on top of the pancakes.
- Pour the hot syrup on top of the butter and let it melt.
- Serve it by slicing it like a pie.