Tangy Pork Sandwiches

Tangy Pork Sandwiches

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"Lemon and a hint of cayenne flavor the sauce in these tasty pork sandwiches. 'They're so warm and satisfying on a cool day,' comments Glennis Stuart Liles of Greenup, Kentucky."
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10 m servings
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  1. In a saucepan, combine the first seven ingredients. Bring to a boil, stirring frequently. Add the pork; simmer just until heated through, stirring frequently. Divide meat among buns; top each with 1 tablespoon sauce. Serve with the remaining sauce.

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We loved this! I had made a very similar recipe the last time we had leftover Pork tenderloin so I tried this one. I sweated out a little minced onion in the butter before adding the remainder o...

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There seems to be 2 identical versions of this recipe. I was hopeful to start, it sounded good, but the flavor was just weird. Not a keeper for me. sorry

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We loved this! I had made a very similar recipe the last time we had leftover Pork tenderloin so I tried this one. I sweated out a little minced onion in the butter before adding the remainder o...

I put some diced onion in with the butter beforehand. Great and easy use of leftovers! All but the pickiest loved it!

Very Yummy! Will definitely use this again...I do agree with one reviewer that simmering it for 30 mins. to thicken it up would be a bit better, but it was still great. As we are North Carolinia...

I love the taste of it but of course had to play with the recipe added tomato sauce, hickory flavor, garlic, onion powder and it was a wonderful sauce! Thank you for sharing this!

There seems to be 2 identical versions of this recipe. I was hopeful to start, it sounded good, but the flavor was just weird. Not a keeper for me. sorry

Yum! Simple, non-allergenic and fast flavor for our left over pork roast :) Substituted sherry for the worcestershire & used brown sugar - was looking for a sweeter character and worked great ...

Fixed this for my picky husband and he LOVES it! We'll be doing this again. Had to use lime juice but that worked fine. Great flavors come together.

I had previously made some herb crusted pork tenderloin, which I didn't think had that much flavor. Using this left over pork with your recipe, made it a 5 star! LOVED IT! Thanks for sharing.

It tasted great, nice and tangy. Very easy to make. I even tossed in some leftover beef with the pork. I didn't like the sauce, though; it was watery, almost like an au jus. I guess I was lo...

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