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What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

Last post Jul 09, 2010 1:11 PM by GrandmaMoses1 . 7 replies.


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  • What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

    Greetings:-

         I'm searching for some ideas on what sort of side dishes would go good with pulled pork on a bun.....something that would feed a crowd of about 20 people.  any ideas?  Thanks.

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  • Re: What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

    Coleslaw is wonderful, many people like to add the slaw right to the sandwich! 

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  • Re: What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

    Definetly coleslaw, some people like to put the slaw on the bun.

     

    Potato salad

    Baked beans

    Tossed salad

    Deviled eggs

    Macaroni salad

    Macaroni & Cheese

    Chips-n-dip

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  • Re: What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

    Everything that's been posted would be great. I would also add corn on the cob and watermelon.

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  • Re: What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

     

    Well, this isn't very original but my first thought before I even looked at the replies was coleslaw, corn on the cob, and watermelon. And definitely count me in for one who loves coleslaw right on the sandwich. Yum! 
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  • Re: What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

    Hush Puppies would also be great with pulled pork. Actually, everything posted would be great!

    Enjoy!

     

                             Hush Puppies

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    cup flour, sifted  
    1   cup corn meal  
    4   teaspoons baking powder  
    1   teaspoon salt  
    1/4   teaspoon garlic powder (optional)  
    1   egg, slightly beaten  
    2/3   cup buttermilk  
    1/4   cup onions, finely chopped  
    Stir together to mix thoroughly flour, cornmeal, baking powder, salt and garlic powder. Add egg, buttermilk and onion; mix well. Drop batter by rounded teaspoonfuls into deep ho t fat (375 degrees). Cook, turning frequently, about 3 - 5 minutes, until golden brown.  

     

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  • Re: What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

    This Cole Slaw from America's Test Kitchen has become a favorite of ours. 

    ATK'S SPICY SWEET & SOUR COLE SLAW

     

    6 cups freshly shredded cabbage

    1 large carrot, peeled and julienned

    ½ cup sugar

    2 teaspoons kosher salt

    ¼ teaspoon celery seed

    6 tablespoons vegetable oil

    ¼ cup wine vinegar

    1 teaspoon red pepper flakes (or to taste)

    ½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

    Toss cabbage & carrots with sugar, salt, & celery seed.  Place in colander under a bowl and drain for 1-4 hours.  Place in clean bowl.  Add oil & vinegar and toss to coat.  Stir in red pepper flakes and pepper.  Refrigerate up to 5 days.

    Also the pasta salad is light and would go just right with the pulled pork.

     

    Pasta & Melon Salad

    Combine

    1 pound cooked & cooled tri-color Farfalle (bow ties)

    ½ medium honeydew, small dice

    ½ medium cantaloupe, small dice

    1 seedless cucumber, peeled, small dice

    Whisk

    ½ cup limeade concentrate

    2 Tbsp. vegetable oil

    1 Tsp. chili powder

    1 Tsp. salt

    Pour onto pasta mixture and toss.

     

    Enjoy!

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  • Re: What Would Go Good With Pulled Pork

    Thank you everyone for your suggestions. 

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