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Spring has started and so has grilling season. We grill out as often as I can, but it takes me awhile to figure out the hot spots and the timing when grilling.This past week I overcooked my pork loin. It was okay to eat right off the grill, but it became more dried out after it cooled. I wanted to save the left over pork loin and find a use for it in a dish. Here’s a great meal to fix your overcooked pork loin.
How to fix ruined meat
Meat becomes dry and tough when overcooked when the fat and moisture is too cooked out of the meat. So to fix overcooked pork loin you need a recipe that includes fat and moisture for the meat to settle in. Popping the meat into a soup won’t fix the solution. You will just end up with tough pieces of meat floating in your soup. This is recipe is a simmering hearty sauce that goes great over a bed of thick noodles. All of these ingredients are typically found in the fridge or pantry. I used my homemade chicken stock, find out how to make your own by following the link.
This was a terrific sauce over hearty egg noodles but could be served over rice or on a roll. It was devoured by my husband and myself. The kids enjoyed the egg noodles but alas were suspicious of the combination of flavors, textures and colors. That can happen no biggie, they will most likely get another chance to try it once I over cook another pork loin.
Thank you for joining us this tasty Tuesday. What are your favorite ways to fix your food rather than throwing it away?