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cheesy potato wedgesCheesy Potato Wedges with Pulled Pork

So I’m going to start this with saying portion control is key; throw in a Green Salad to complete the meal and this is totally do-able as a dinner for 4-6 people.Β  Yes; potatoes, cheese and pulled pork but considering how bad the numbers could be I think we’re good 😊.

Now I’m going to tell you a story, picture it; Toronto in February, Mike has hockey that night and he’s pumped (holla to the Golden Girls).Β  So we sat down to eat with this exact plate and a salad.Β  Mike for some reason thought this was his plate, so I played along and I stuck to the salad.Β  With 2/3 of the plate gone, he started getting woozy; picture meat sweats (we all know what I’m talking about; picture John Candy and the Great Outdoors).Β  He did it though, he cleaned the plate.Β  Then Mike said he couldn’t believe how full he was.Β  I said, “well you did just eat 6 potatoes”… I wish I had a camera to take a picture of his face πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Poor guy had to skate that night πŸ˜–

Serves 4

1 Batch of Homestyle Potato wedgesΒ 

1 Cup Pulled Pork

1 Cup grated old cheddar cheese

1-2 tbsp Ranch dressing (optional)

2 Green onions, sliced (optional)

Lay half the potato wedges on a plate (or baking sheet) and then top with a 1/4 of the cheese. Β Then top with the remaining cheese and then the pulled pork.

Either microwave the plate for 30-45 seconds or bake on the baking sheet until the cheese is melted and bubbly.

Top with the ranch and then the green onions, if using.

Notes:

  1. Another putting-it-all-together recipe!!!!!!
  2. I used leftovers of the Pulled Pork, just planned ahead and made some extra when I made it πŸ™‚

Pulled Pork Cheesy Potato Wedges

 

pulled pork poutine

 

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Cheesy Potato Wedges with Pulled Pork
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So I'm going to start this with saying portion control is key; throw in a Green Salad to complete the meal and this is totally do-able as a dinner for 4-6 people. Yes; potatoes, cheese and pulled pork but considering how bad the numbers could be I think we're good 😊. Now I'm going to tell you a story, picture it; Toronto in February, Mike has hockey that night and he's pumped (holla to the Golden Girls). So we sat down to eat with this exact plate and a salad. Mike for some reason thought this was his plate, so I played along and I stuck to the salad. With 2/3 of the plate gone, he started getting woozy; picture meat sweats (we all know what I'm talking about; picture John Candy and the Great Outdoors). He did it though, he cleaned the plate. Then Mike said he couldn't believe how full he was. I said, "well you did just eat 6 potatoes"... I wish I had a camera to take a picture of his face πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Poor guy had to skate that night πŸ˜–
Servings Prep Time
4 5 minutes
Cook Time
35 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 5 minutes
Cook Time
35 minutes
Cheesy Potato Wedges with Pulled Pork
Print Recipe
So I'm going to start this with saying portion control is key; throw in a Green Salad to complete the meal and this is totally do-able as a dinner for 4-6 people. Yes; potatoes, cheese and pulled pork but considering how bad the numbers could be I think we're good 😊. Now I'm going to tell you a story, picture it; Toronto in February, Mike has hockey that night and he's pumped (holla to the Golden Girls). So we sat down to eat with this exact plate and a salad. Mike for some reason thought this was his plate, so I played along and I stuck to the salad. With 2/3 of the plate gone, he started getting woozy; picture meat sweats (we all know what I'm talking about; picture John Candy and the Great Outdoors). He did it though, he cleaned the plate. Then Mike said he couldn't believe how full he was. I said, "well you did just eat 6 potatoes"... I wish I had a camera to take a picture of his face πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Poor guy had to skate that night πŸ˜–
Servings Prep Time
4 5 minutes
Cook Time
35 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 5 minutes
Cook Time
35 minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Lay half the potato wedges on a plate (or baking sheet) and then top with a 1/4 of the cheese. Then top with the remaining cheese and then the pulled pork.
  2. Either microwave the plate for 30-45 seconds or bake on the baking sheet until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
  3. Top with the ranch and then the green onions, if using.
Recipe Notes
  1. Another putting-it-all-together recipe!!!!!!
  2. I used leftovers of the Pulled Pork, just planned ahead and made some extra when I made it πŸ™‚
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