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Caribbean Pork 'N Rice

Caribbean Pork 'N Rice recipe
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Barbecue sauce and pineapple give a tropical twist to plain old pork & rice.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-3/4 cups each.
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posted:
2/27/2004
Very easy and quick to make. Tastes great.
posted:
2/24/2004
Turned out very good.. Quick and Easy.. I used hawaiian marinade instead of the barbeque sauce. Will definately make again!
posted:
2/24/2004
I added zucchini, garlic and crushed red pepper flakes. This meal was very good. My husband says it is a keeper!
posted:
2/19/2004
posted:
2/18/2004
This is an excellent dinner. I found it easy to do and cook. Also, this was ready in under an hour. I love this dinner.
posted:
2/13/2004
I loved this recipe except for the barbecue sauce. Next time I make it, I will substitue a teriake marinade
posted:
2/13/2004
I added the Jerk seasoning as well as onion and garlic powder and cooked the rice seperately. We have done this dish twice and may add the rice to the dish as per the recipe next time.
posted:
2/5/2004
I agree with the comment about needing some "oomp".... this entire meal, went to waste. The family did not like it. I like a recipe I can follow that will be more like "wow" instead of "BLAHH"..... it was very BLAND.. it needed something. I will not try and alter to make again...... yuck.
posted:
2/3/2004
I used a pre-marinated BBQ tenderloin and also added the BBQ sauce. Instead of using white rice, I used a package of oriental stir fry. I will definitely try this again, but with the white rice.
posted:
1/30/2004
I, also, would modify this. (Read all the reviews -- I wish I had.) Needs more 'oomf.' My husband put tabasco sauce in his and my children wouldn't eat it (the pineapple, but I happen to love pineapple, which meant more for me!). More BBQ sauce, marinating the pork, or something. I'll be trying again! This was a very good start and not one bite went to waste.
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