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Leftover Pork Roast Farfalle Pasta

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Next dish for the leftover pork, a stovetop noodle dish, simple to make and quick!  This recipe will make enough for two, with just a bit leftover to take for lunch one day.  All you need is the leftover pork, pasta, a can of mushroom soup and a few more staple ingredients and you have dinner.

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I like farfalle otherwise known as bowtie pasta, but you can use any kind of pasta you like.  Chop up one and a half cups of leftover pork.  Boil pasta and drain, add a few ingredients, heat through and serve!  Dinner in under 30 minutes.

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Leftover Pork Roast Farfalle Pasta

2 cups farfalle or bowtie pasta

dash salt

1/2 tablespoon olive oil

1-1/2 cups chopped leftover pork

1 can mushroom soup

1/2 cup milk

1 teaspoon lemon-pepper seasoning

1 teaspoon garlic salt

1/4 cup green onions

Grated Parmesan cheese for topping.

Bring a pot of water to boil with a dash of salt and the olive oil.  Add pasta and reduce heat to medium, boil pasta 10-12 minutes until al dente.  Drain pasta and return to pot.  Add mushroom soup, milk, pork, lemon-pepper, garlic salt and green onions.  Stir until well combined.  Heat through.  Serve in pasta bowls topped with grated Parmesan cheese.  Add a bread stick and some steamed broccoli for a complete meal.

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You can substitute any leftover protein really.  Make it with browned ground beef and add 1/2 cup of sour cream for instant stovetop stroganoff.  Or use turkey or chicken with spaghetti noodles for stovetop tetrazzini.

If you missed the original pork roast, click on Pork Roast and More

Another leftover recipe can be found here – Leftover Pork Roast Nachos

Enjoy!!

 

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Author: Carole @ From My Carolina Home

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