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I have made this twice in a week. I did not bother with boiling the noodles. I made extra sauce for the home made bbq pork and let it sit in the fridge overnight. I baked it off the next day and the noodles were perfect. The Lunch Ladies Loved it!! Really different. This is a keeper & Great for a crowd.
I LOVED this recipe. The only change I made was in the amount of cheese. I only had an 8 oz. bag of the cheddar and 8 oz. bag of mozzarella. I also cooked the entire box of lasagna noodles and literally used 8 of them (4 for each layer). There was only enough ricotta and meat for two layers but it was perfect. Next time I make a boston butt this will be made with the leftovers. Thanks for the great recipe!
WOW!!! I was looking for something creative to do with slow cooked pork BBQ leftovers (I added Bull's Eye since the meat wasn't too saucy) and this couldn't have been more perfect! I followed the recipe ingredients exactly but was pretty absent-minded/lazy about following the dirsctions (got the layers out of order didn't spread things evenly put the cheese on top in the beginning instead of the last 5 minutes) but it turned out amazing! My husband and I were blown away. This would be perfect to take over to someone's house to be re-heated if you wanted to drop off dinner or for a pot-luck tailgate etc. where it could sit out a while. It was fairly quick to make and you could probably use any kind of slow cooked meat. Imagine the possibilities...leftover pot roast and mashed potatoes BBQ chicken mexican beef etc. Delicious and creative I'll certainly be adding this recipe to my regular rotation!
I really enjoyed this recipe. I agree with other reviewers that there is an abundance of noodles left over. I also added some onions. I think it needs something with a different texture also. Maybe some colored peppers.
Over-the-moon about this!!! I used "Southern Yank Pulled Pork BBQ" recipe in the crock pot and then assembled this lasagna the following day with the leftovers! FABULOUS! A great new take on a traditional dish. THANKS!
This is total comfort food. I made the pork following the Southern Yank Pulled Pork BBQ recipe from this site (which was AWESOME.) I agree that it's kind of a one-note dish that relies heavily on the quality of your bbq -- so make sure it's good! My picky 5 yr old loved it.
This was alright. I thought the combination would be too odd but I was lured in by how quick and easy it was. To my amusement it actually turned out to be pretty tasty. For the dish I used the proportions were off (I didn't use nearly all of the shredded cheese and could have used more ricotta). I added a hearty dash of onion powder to the ricotta mixture because I couldn't comprehend this dish without at least a little bit of seasoning of some sort. Overall this was edible but weird. I think I'll only make it again if I have a lot of pulled pork to get rid of but it was an interesting dinner.
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