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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:
12/28/2006
This blend of ingredients makes a great dish. Double the BBQ sauce to add a little more kick.
posted:
12/4/2006
excellent hot or as a cold salad. it is a great hit at the potlucks at work.
posted:
11/8/2006
I tweeked this one a lot just for the simple fact I read all of the other comments first. I used chicken and hawaiian marinade instead of BBQ sauce. I used the whole bottle instead of 1/4 cup and a used a whole heck of a lot more garlic and ginger. I made the rice seperate and put in 2 chicken bullion cubes in it while cooking. This recipe was a huge hit and it made the house smell amazing! I will do this again and again!
posted:
10/29/2006
Amazing! Everyone loved it! Very easy to make & a easy way to get lots of veggies! We tried it with teriakyi sauce instead of BBQ & it worked great.
posted:
7/6/2006
I used chicken breast sliced thin. I used not oil to saute the chicken instead, used some of the juice off the pineapple chunks.. I also waited until last to add the green pepper (so it could steam and not turn to mush). I have also included water chestnuts in the recipie...my family loves it
posted:
6/7/2006
I thought this recipe wasn't bad. I used recommendations from other comments about using pineapple juice instead of water. I thought it turned out quite sweet, but I may try it again using water instead.
posted:
5/31/2006
Ummmm...YUM!!! I decided to follow the lady's advice who "tweeked" the recipe. I only had 1-8 oz can of pineapples...so, I used all of it, plus the juice. I omited all of the water. I used 1/2C. of the bbq sauce plus when it was simmering, I drizzled some more on top. I used 1 1/4 tsp of ginger. This was great!! LOVED IT!
posted:
5/15/2006
I tweeked this a little by using 1/3 c bar b que and the juice from the pineapple instead of water, 1 1/4 tsp ginger also. Make the rice seperate. Great recipe..my five yr old and 2 yr old even ate it!!!! Will be making this again.
posted:
4/11/2006
Very quick and very easy. I think the dish needs a little more flavor though - maybe add some hot sauce or some extra barbeque sauce.
posted:
3/1/2006
my fiance and i are always up to try new food and we thought that this looked delicious! this recipie is worth trying! i would reccomend making the rice seperate. next time i'm going to try it with beef instead of pork and over noodles instead of rice. kudos for the great recipie
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