My latest, pulled pork pizza with jalapenos and mango salsa, is so good I could eat it with ever hunger pain.
Do you ever wake up in the morning absolutely craving something? Like, you-gotta-have-it-right-now kind of craving?
That was me the day after making these ribs from Once Upon A Chef. I was craving pizza. It was a SERIOUS, relentless PMS-type craving.
These ribs are so good and so different from your typical rib recipe; instead of a typical BBQ sauce they’re marinated and cooked in an Asian type sauce with hoisin, soy sauce, amongst other fantastic flavors.
So, knowing that I had some leftover ribs in the fridge, I immediately went into psycho foodie mode thinking of all the ways to make pizza with them. This is, of course, after I got the kids off to school and Mark left for work. Did I have better things to do? Well, probably.
Did that matter? Maybe, but I had to have some pizza damnit and by God I’m gonna make a pizza.
A pulled Asian BBQ Pork Pizza.
The ribs were good the day before, but I wanted to make them better. I put them back in the oven for about 3 hours on 200 degrees – then they were outstanding. I shredded the pork, then thought about giving Sally the bones but then decided I don’t want my dog choking to death so I pretty quickly nixed that idea.
When I made the ribs, I made double the amount of the marinade, and I’m so glad I did because it turned out to be the perfect pizza sauce for this.
I also made a mango salsa to top it off, which really just makes the whole thing taste magical. Kinda like a Disney movie. Oh, and I put some pickled jalapenos on top.
What? You know me, not a big shocker. Jalapeños make everything better.
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JohnOctober 31, 2021 at 3:13 PM
I love this pizza recipe! Thanks
EmmaAugust 11, 2021 at 2:00 PM
I love pork pizza. Thanks for this idea.
AnnMarieSeptember 5, 2014 at 7:11 PM
I pinned this to my Man Food board because my husband and son would be all over this!! Looks great!