Smoked Pork Neck Mega Sandwich
The other day it was hectic. I needed to be in five places at once and it was my husband's birthday. Because it was a school night and we'd had a busy week I didn't have much time to prepare anything special for supper.
I remembered that I had a small piece of smoked pork neck in the freezer. After picking up my youngest from school I dug the meat out of the freezer and put it in the pressure cooker with some star aniseed, cloves, come peppercorns and a lump of fresh ginger. Yes, you are not supposed to cook meat from frozen, but as it was already smoked I decided to live on the edge. I cooked it for about 1/2 an hour and then put it in a baking pan with the spices, covered it with foil and cooked it really slowly on 100°C while I went back to the office.
When I came home the house smelled delicious. The meat was falling apart and I literally pulled it to pieces with a fork. I had bought a dinner plate sized Portuguese bread on the way home. I cut the bread in half, placed the forked meat on the bottom half, squeezed barbeque sauce over it, added some slices of processed cheese (they go all gooey without having to melt them) added some sliced onions, shredded lettuce and chopped tomatoes.
I closed the sandwich, cut it into four and served it up - divine. Really tasty, lots of healthy salad stuff and enough carbs to fill up my men!
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