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     KQ Barbeque Sauce Pulled Pork Sandwich

 



Above: KQ Pulled Pork has been mixed with a sweet and tangy barbeque sauce and is served with grated cheese
on a toasted bun.

 

Ingredients
For Barbeque Sauce:
1/2 red onion
1/2 orange bell pepper (any color will work)
4-5 cloves garlic
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 cup ketchup
1 teaspoon garlic powder
2 tablespoons worchestershire sauce
2 tablespoons molasses
1 tablespoon yellow mustard
1/4 cup water
2 tablespoons olive oil (for veggie saute)

For Sandwich:
KQ pulled pork
barbeque sauce
grated cheese (optional)

hamburger style buns

Utensils
non-stick skillet
heat-proof spatula
chef knife
cutting board
garlic press
measuring spoons
glass measuring cup (2 cup capacity)
whisk
fork
serving plates









Above: Peel the onion and remove the root end.  Prepare the pepper by removing the top and bottom as well as the
interior membranes and seeds.  Chop the onion and peppers into a small dice and saute over medium heat in 1-2
tablespoons olive oil.


Peel garlic cloves and remove root ends.  Run the cloves through a garlic press and add garlic to onion and peppers
in saute pan.


Above: Ingredients for the barbeque sauce, (onion, pepper and garlic not shown).


Measure ketchup and water into a glass measuring cup or mixing bowl.


Add
worchestershire sauce, yellow mustard, molasses, cayenne pepper and garlic powder.



Whisk ingredients together vigorously until fully emulsified.



Above: Sauce mixture following whisking.


Once the onions are translucent, add the sauce mixture to the skillet.



Stir the sauce and vegetables together and heat until the sauce is warmed through.


Above: Dollop barbeque sauce over some of the
pulled pork and mix together so the pork is coated in sauce.
You can use as much or as little barbeque sauce to suit your preference.


To build the sandwich, begin with a toasted bun.


Add a layer of grated cheese to one bun.  You can use any kind of cheese you like or none at all.


Above: Place a portion of the sauced, pulled pork on top of the cheese.


Above:
Add more cheese on top of the pork.


Above: Now you sandwich is ready to enjoy.  KQ Barbeque Sauce Pulled Pork Sandwiches pair well with
KQ Sweet Potato Chips.  The KQ barbeque sauce is great not only on pulled pork, but anytime you need
a sweet and tangy sauce.

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KQ BARBEQUE SAUCE PULLED PORK SANDWICH

Ingredients
For Barbeque Sauce:
1/2 red onion
1/2 orange bell pepper (any color will work)
4-5 cloves garlic
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 cup ketchup
1 teaspoon garlic powder
2 tablespoons worchestershire sauce
2 tablespoons molasses
1 tablespoon yellow mustard
1/4 cup water
2 tablespoons olive oil (for veggie saute)

For Sandwich:
KQ pulled pork
barbeque sauce
grated cheese (optional)
hamburger style buns

Utensils
non-stick skillet
heat-proof spatula
chef knife
cutting board
garlic press
measuring spoons
glass measuring cup (2 cup capacity)
whisk
fork
serving plates








Peel the onion and remove the root end.  Prepare the pepper by removing the top and bottom as well as the
interior membranes and seeds.  Chop the onion and peppers into a small dice and saute over medium heat in 1-2
tablespoons olive oil.  Peel garlic cloves and remove root ends.  Run the cloves through a garlic press and add
garlic to onion and peppers in saute pan.  Measure ketchup and water into a glass measuring cup or mixing bowl.
Add worchestershire sauce, yellow mustard, molasses, cayenne pepper and garlic powder.  Whisk ingredients
together vigorously until fully emulsified.  
Once the onions are translucent, add the sauce mixture to the skillet.
Stir the sauce and vegetables together and heat until the sauce is warmed through.  Dollop barbeque sauce
over some of the
pulled pork and mix together so the pork is coated in sauce.  You can use as much or as little
barbeque sauce to suit your preference.  To build the sandwich, begin with a toasted bun.  Add a layer of grated
cheese to one bun.  You can use any kind of cheese you like or none at all.  Place a portion of the sauced,
pulled pork on top of the cheese.  Add more cheese on top of the pork.  Now you sandwich is ready to enjoy.
KQ Barbeque Sauce Pulled Pork Sandwiches pair well with
KQ Sweet Potato Chips.  The KQ barbeque sauce
is great not only on pulled pork, but anytime you need a sweet and tangy sauce.


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