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Took out of the freezer the 7 pound boneless pork shoulder I bought a few months…

Took out of the freezer the 7 pound boneless pork shoulder I bought a few months ago since it was so cheap. I will slow cook in crockpot tomorrow to ensure it will be tender.
My hubby doesn’t Iike pulled pork so need some ideas to cook it, and then freeze portions to make into 2 other different meals.
Hoping I get some great ideas. Thanks in advance



thank for the original creator Connie Naylor

50 thoughts on “Took out of the freezer the 7 pound boneless pork shoulder I bought a few months…”

  1. Add I onion soup, brown gravy to 1 cup water. Pour over roast, add veggies like a pot roast.

  2. Reserve au jus for gravy serve with mashed potatoes and a vegetable, you could also serve with sauerkraut, egg noodles and apple sauce. I would make spaetzle( a German noodle) instead of egg noodles either or would work

  3. Amanda Clawson

    Cafe Rio Pork:
    1 jar mild salsa
    1 can Dr Pepper
    3/4 cup brown sugar
    Cook all day and serve either on tortillas or in a salad

  4. Cut up and fix pork tips and noodles with brown gravy or you can use rice if you don’t like noodles

  5. Stephanie Tink

    Cut into small pieces and put in skillet with some stir fry veggies and soy sauce, a little slurry of cornstarch andwater to thickin ita bit. I like doing that with any left over meat. Have it like that or over rice. Or make pork and noodles over mashed potatoes, gives you something to do with all the drippings from the roast too.

  6. Mary Denise Rodgers

    I use my kitchen aide grinder attachment and get beef and pork roasts when on sale. I then grind them and mix together for ground meat.

  7. I like cooking it with a jar of green salsa and an onion, then shred and broil to use for street tacos or enchilada/burritos.

  8. My fiancé cooks it in tomato sauce in a can, seasonings and onions and peppers. It’s sooo good. He usually sears the meat on all sides before adding everything else.

  9. BKaye DeWilde Beckner

    Throw a bag of sauerkraut over it with an apple and onion. Slow cook til it falls apart!

  10. Kay Sewell Ashley

    Make stew with part of it. Pork cubes, potatoes,onions, carrots, tomatoes, cooked in the pork broth. So good.

  11. Pork chili verde…nacho…curried pork and sweet potatoes over rice…hand pies…Cuban sandwiches…over baked potatoes…shred and add to a gravy made with cooking liquid and serve over mashed potatoes…

  12. Pork sandwiches on bread with gravy or on a roll topped with coleslaw, you could also make pork chow main sauté celery, onion add bean spouts and water chestnuts and some of the au jus season with soy sauce and serve over rice with crunchy rice noodles.

  13. I have a great recipe for Roasting in the oven in a tight lidded pot. Jab long deep holes all over roast at least 8-10. You should be able to stick your thumb in them. Set meat aside while mixing following ingredients in a food processor: 1 large yellow onion -peeled quartered, 6 cloves of garlic-peeled and cut in halves, 2 oz dijon mustard, 1/2 oz worstershire, and 2 tsp Tony’ chatchurie seasoning or comparable. Mix until its a thick puree and stuff in all the holes. Next, brown the meat in a couple tablespoons of bacon fat in roasting pot. Remove and add 2 yellow onions-quartered and put roast on top. Add 4 cups water and 1 tsp of chicken bouillon paste and a bay leaf.
    Put lid on and cook in oven @ 400° for 4 hours. Remove, strain liquid and reserve for gravy with thickener added.
    This is called a Nina Roast because my oldest lifelong friend Nina gave it to me. You’ll smell it and wont believe how good it is. Leftovers are great added to scalloped potatoes in a layer or two.

  14. Darlene Seeley

    I make a pork stew using the pork, salsa verde, onions, potatoes and great northern beans. Can be put onto tortillas with cheese and sour cream. Can also make it spicy by adding green chili’s or jalapeños.

  15. Kathy Craven Pearson

    Shred some and instead of bbq, use pork gravy and serve over toasted hamburger buns or cornbread! Yummy!!

  16. Penny Hinojosa

    Slow cook some of it with whatever seasonings you like.. partially shred it and get whatever cheese you like and corn tortillas and make fried tacos. You can even use the drippings as dipping sauce (similar to birra tacos)

  17. I make it like Mississippi pot roast, but I use pork gravy mix instead of the au jus. As for left overs, it makes great sandwiches.

  18. Roast pork and cheese sandwiches, open faced sandwiches w/ potatoes and gravy, and Kabobs. My husband doesn’t care for a lot of things, but these work at my house.

  19. Cut into chunks and marinade in whatever your favorite is and cook on bbq slow at a low temperature

  20. 1 box of stove top stuffing with a can of cream soup, and about a 12 can of milk or water mix and put over sliced pork. Bake on 350 for 25 minutes

  21. Use the ‘pulled pork’ leftovers on baked potatoes, in tacos or burritos, casserole, on pizza, in Mac and cheese, or as a substitution for whatever sounds good that night.

  22. Roast beef salad: 2 C cubed roast, 1T onion, 2T sweet pickle relish (2 sweet pickles +1T sweet pickle juice) place in food processor and pulse 10-12 times or grind together. Dressing: 1/2 C miracle whip, 1-2T yellow mustard, 1T horseradish, 1T sweet pickle juice. Stir dressing together and mix with meat. Left over pork roast could also be prepared the same way.

  23. I cook mine in Lipton’s onion soup. I serve it with mashed potatoes and green beans and rolls. I use the left overs to make a stew with potatoes, carrots, onions, and celery the next day. and corn bread.

  24. Sharon Evans Campbell

    Posole soup. There are,alot of good recipes online. Pork roast, withe hominy. Use Rositas hominy if you have it in your area

  25. Kathleen Flores Schmidt

    Cover with salt and pepper heavy, put garlic pieces into the roast, cook slow in the oven like at 250 for 6 hours or more and the let rest for 20-30
    Minutes, slice and enjoy, be sure to make gravy out of the drippings, you can also put some potatoes cut in quarters in about 1/2 way, it’s delicious! Make sure to baste the potatoes with the drippings ! Enjoy

  26. Terra Warren Smith

    Carnitas!! Omgoodnessthey are delicious 😋 1/2 a can of beer or water, 1/2 cup Oj, s & p, garlic, paprika and bullion any will work great. we do it in the IPot!!dredge the corn shells in the liquid and wqrm in skillet add meat and cheese

  27. My hubby is not into the pulled pork wither, but, last time I did one of those nicely priced shoulder roasts we cut the leftovers into “cubes” or close to it and we froze it that way. When we cooked the cubes we put our favorite sauce on it and baked it in a pan and it cooked up like burnt ends. It was pretty good. I also just watched a video where someone used their pulled pork to make quesadillas

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