• Some of the links on this forum allow SMF, at no cost to you, to earn a small commission when you click through and make a purchase. Let me know if you have any questions about this.

Finally "Pulled Pork in Stuffed Scalloped Potato Roll "

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
Finally "Pulled Pork in Stuffed Scalloped Potato Roll "

Well I have been trying to smoke and cook this for 3 days now . And today was the day. Still real cold but the smoker made it through it ok.

So I had a small Centre cut Pork Loin, 3 pounds , Rubbed it with Sabastian All purpose Rub, It's almost the same taste as my pork rub I mix up.
Let it rest in the fridge for couple hours while I cleared out the yard getting the smoker up to temp. Put in the smoker at 235 +/- deg. and brought it
to approx 195 Took 5 1/2 +/- hours brought in house and let rest for an hour or so , while I finished with the snow in the yard

This is my first try at pulled pork I love it . Pulled the pork added all the run off juice and lrt it sit until ready to do the rest of the meal.
sliced up 6 potatoes, and lined a 10 X 15 cookie sheet with parchment paper , about 1 cup of grated parm cheese, than set the potatoes in lines over lapping from left to right than next row over lap the top row than to the right and keep doing to fill the pan. Than 1 cup of parm. cheese over that.
Bake in 350 oven for 30 minutes
1.JPG 2.JPG
3.JPG

5.JPG

6.JPG
While they were cooking I sliced up a red onion and fried up and set aside , Mixed 4 oz. of cream cheese with 2 cups of Baby Spinach ( you can cook the spinach until wilted ) I like my fresh
And warm up the pulled pork so it is not cold , mine was still quite juicy from all the drippings , if not just add a little wet flavor that you like on your meat.
pull the potatoes after 30 minutes . While still warm so you can work with it add you layer of cream cheese and spinach, spread out just shy of the edge and stay back a bit from the end
Than add your layer of the pulled pork ( about 2 1/2 cups ) on top , add your fried onions than top all that with a layer of Mozza .cheese
7.JPG
8.JPG

9.JPG
10.JPG


Now this looks like a lot ( and it is lol ) Grab the corner of the parchment paper and potato and lift and start to roll using the paper to help hold all together. Roll tight but not to forceful as it will all come out the ends.
Make a nice log . Turn it around on the Paper with the seam down and back in the oven for 15 minutes ( My oven shows 375 but it is wrong it is 350. its off by 25 deg. We have oven gauges inside )
I gave mine a blast for 5 minutes under the broiler.

Pull from oven , slice and serve,
Mona made her great fresh Macaroni salad ,
This was fantastic and I can think of so many things to do in this roll up. This is just what I figured we wanted . The recipe I found and changed up a bit was with hamburger and other items
11.JPG

12.JPG

13.JPG

14.JPG


Hope you made it to the end
Thanks for looking

David
 

Attachments

  • 4.JPG
    4.JPG
    141.8 KB · Views: 12

bauchjw

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
3,413
2,463
Joined Aug 3, 2015
Wow! That’s incredible! Looks so good and really creative! Knocked it out of the park. I’m going to bookmark this one for later!
 

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Thread starter
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
Wow! That’s incredible! Looks so good and really creative! Knocked it out of the park. I’m going to bookmark this one for later!

Thanks Jed for the like and the comment

Yes because of the weather this kept getting put to the back burner , so to speak. I can see lots of items being made in this . You need the parm on both sides to hold the potatoes together, and it was crazy good . first pulled pork for me

David
 
Last edited:

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Thread starter
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
Wow. No WOW !
Your creativity is endless David !

Thanks Keith for the like and the comment

It was fun and real tasty. I see many more ideas with this style rollup

David
 

Nefarious

Smoking Fanatic
SMF Premier Member
884
551
Joined Oct 10, 2021
Finally "Pulled Pork in Stuffed Scalloped Potato Roll "

Well I have been trying to smoke and cook this for 3 days now . And today was the day. Still real cold but the smoker made it through it ok.

So I had a small Centre cut Pork Loin, 3 pounds , Rubbed it with Sabastian All purpose Rub, It's almost the same taste as my pork rub I mix up.
Let it rest in the fridge for couple hours while I cleared out the yard getting the smoker up to temp. Put in the smoker at 235 +/- deg. and brought it
to approx 195 Took 5 1/2 +/- hours brought in house and let rest for an hour or so , while I finished with the snow in the yard

This is my first try at pulled pork I love it . Pulled the pork added all the run off juice and lrt it sit until ready to do the rest of the meal.
sliced up 6 potatoes, and lined a 10 X 15 cookie sheet with parchment paper , about 1 cup of grated parm cheese, than set the potatoes in lines over lapping from left to right than next row over lap the top row than to the right and keep doing to fill the pan. Than 1 cup of parm. cheese over that.
Bake in 350 oven for 30 minutes
View attachment 522462 View attachment 522463
View attachment 522464
View attachment 522467
View attachment 522468
While they were cooking I sliced up a red onion and fried up and set aside , Mixed 4 oz. of cream cheese with 2 cups of Baby Spinach ( you can cook the spinach until wilted ) I like my fresh
And warm up the pulled pork so it is not cold , mine was still quite juicy from all the drippings , if not just add a little wet flavor that you like on your meat.
pull the potatoes after 30 minutes . While still warm so you can work with it add you layer of cream cheese and spinach, spread out just shy of the edge and stay back a bit from the end
Than add your layer of the pulled pork ( about 2 1/2 cups ) on top , add your fried onions than top all that with a layer of Mozza .cheese
View attachment 522469 View attachment 522470
View attachment 522471 View attachment 522472

Now this looks like a lot ( and it is lol ) Grab the corner of the parchment paper and potato and lift and start to roll using the paper to help hold all together. Roll tight but not to forceful as it will all come out the ends.
Make a nice log . Turn it around on the Paper with the seam down and back in the oven for 15 minutes ( My oven shows 375 but it is wrong it is 350. its off by 25 deg. We have oven gauges inside )
I gave mine a blast for 5 minutes under the broiler.

Pull from oven , slice and serve,
Mona made her great fresh Macaroni salad ,
This was fantastic and I can think of so many things to do in this roll up. This is just what I figured we wanted . The recipe I found and changed up a bit was with hamburger and other items
View attachment 522473
View attachment 522474
View attachment 522475
View attachment 522476

Hope you made it to the end
Thanks for looking

David
Wow, i could eat a lot of that, it is book marked and high on the list.
 

Brokenhandle

Smoking Guru
OTBS Member
★ Lifetime Premier ★
6,343
5,359
Joined Nov 9, 2019
I'm almost speechless! And that never happens... awesome cook David!

Ryan
 

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Thread starter
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
Holy smokes David that looks AMAZING!

Thanks Jake for the comment

Weather was not too bad so on with the smoker
only -10 and no wind

Thanks it was great

David
 

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Thread starter
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
Wow, i could eat a lot of that, it is book marked and high on the list.


Thanks for the like and the comment

Was fun to do. And I ate an extra piece while doing the dishes , time for a nap. lol

Been wanting to try this for a month or so , planned on Friday or Saturday
But Mother nature got in the way. So today it was

David
 

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Thread starter
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
I'm almost speechless! And that never happens... awesome cook David!

Ryan

Thanks Ryan for the like and the comment

Sorry about that, speechless that is , lol
fun to build and first pulled pork, so i'm happy

David
 

Ringer

Smoking Fanatic
SMF Premier Member
547
473
Joined Sep 10, 2019
Certainly a creative dish bud. I'd order it anytime. I love pasta salad with pulled pork.
 

Sven Svensson

Smoking Fanatic
SMF Premier Member
689
739
Joined Dec 5, 2021
Wow, that looks great. Great idea using the potatoes as a tortilla and the melted cheese as the binder.
 

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Thread starter
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
Certainly a creative dish bud. I'd order it anytime. I love pasta salad with pulled pork.

Thanks Ringer for the comment

My first pulled pork, worked out good, and juicy
Love Monas salad, refreshing and tangy

David
 

DRKsmoking

Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
Thread starter
3,315
2,463
Joined Jan 27, 2021
Wow, that looks great. Great idea using the potatoes as a tortilla and the melted cheese as the binder.

Thanks Sven for the comment

I like doing lots of different meals with potatoes
and found a couple ideas like this , so had to try...and it worked

David
 

Latest posts

Hot Threads

Top Bottom
  AdBlock Detected

We noticed that you're using an ad-blocker, which could block some critical website features. For the best possible site experience please take a moment to disable your AdBlocker.