The story begins with me sending my husband to the market to get a pork roast and he came home with a huge one 7 3/4 lbs. if I recall. So I plotted on and cooked the monster, only to realize we where going to be eating pork for 3 days in a row! That's how "Leftover Make Over" came about, a delicious enchilada dish I made thanks to some tips from my Daughter on the sauce.
|I started with the monster, bone in or boneless shoulder or boston butt roast (but this can be done with any size)|
1 head of garlic, 3 tbl. Kosher salt, 3 sprigs fresh rosemary
1 tbl. black peppercorns,olive oil.
|in a spice grinder (it's a coffee grinder I use JUST for spices)|
add salt rosemary and peppercorns
grind fine (I like to pick it up and shake it wile grinding)
|it should look like this|
|pour olive oil over and rub on|
|then rub spice blend all over, top, bottom and sides|
|the meat will fall off the bone when done|
|when I tried to slice the meat it just fell apart. But that's a very good thing. |
If yours does not do this put it back in the over for another 45 min to an hour.
If you have any leftovers you have to try the enchiladas (Oct 21 )