Pork Casserole

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Introduction: Pork Casserole

About: My full time job as an Organ Grinder keeps me pretty busy but that's just small change. My part time work, as a Mohel, keeps me up to date on my student loans from UCLSD.

There is a can food exchange here at my apartments. I had never seen potatoes or a can of PORK like this before. So, out of morbid curiosity I decided to cook up this dish.

Step 1: Ingredients: Cans

Can of PORK.

2 cans of potatoes.

Can of Cream of Mushroom.

Can of Green Beans.

Step 2: The PORK

The first thing I had to do was open that can.....and it was gross! I quickly poured the can into a strainer and rinsed the meat off.

Step 3: Layer

I first added green beans, then my pork, and salt & pepper.

Step 4: Soup Can

I then poured in my can of soup. My mistake here was using the whole can.

Step 5: Potatoes

I mashed up my potatoes, after adding a spot of butter and salt, and covered the top.

Step 6: Cook

I cooked at 350 for about 25 minutes.

Step 7: Serve

It smelled great, it tasted OK, but it is not a very pretty dish.

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    17 Discussions

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    WendyWV
    WendyWV

    11 months ago on Introduction

    I love canned pork. It's perfectly seasoned. I wish I could find it more often than once a decade. I make Chile Verde with it keeping the broth it's canned with and adding Rotel tomatoes (mild for me), a small can of diced green chiles, some garlic and any other seasonings I think it needs. Serve with fresh tortillas and rice or with eggs and potatoes at breakfast or over burritos. Yum!

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    rwohrman
    rwohrman

    12 months ago

    I'll try this. BBQ PORK IS GOOD.

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    QuientelliaR
    QuientelliaR

    1 year ago

    In the pork casserole do i use the oven are stove for 350

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    LaKeishaG1
    LaKeishaG1

    3 years ago

    Oh i did the pork barbeque before.it was good

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    LaKeishaG1
    LaKeishaG1

    3 years ago

    I have 2 pouches of pork in juices that i received from my food bank.i was wondering if anyone has other recipes they've tried with it. I will try the one listed but i would love more options

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    nnygamer
    nnygamer

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I grew up with canned pork, it was a government surplus for those who needed it. Being from a family of 9 kids the food budget was tight in the 60's-70's so we got stuff like that. Like all canned meat it has a distinct flavor that does not appeal to many. Rinsing and masking it with other strong flavors is the way to go. It does make a good bbq meat base and goes a long way.

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    onrust
    onrust

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    This would make fantastic bbq sandwiches.

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    mdaniel5
    mdaniel5

    7 years ago

    Cool I've been wondering how I would use this canned pork, thanks for the Instructable.

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    onrust
    onrust

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    It maybe better used as bbq sandwiches.

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    onrust
    onrust

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Not so much. I was curious and very bored.

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    iceng
    iceng

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Yea, I still look forward to spaghetti.

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    onrust
    onrust

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    That dish almost ended me......almost!

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    caitlinsdad
    caitlinsdad

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I would have went 350 for about 2 or 3 hours. It reminds me of the old Army C-Rats field meals. Woe behold the lucky person who drew the canned pork. It does look like something good to eat if you were living in a fallout shelter though.

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    onrust
    onrust

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, this is my bravest instructatable yet.

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    caitlinsdad
    caitlinsdad

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I guess it would not be breaking one of the commandments if you cannot recognize it as pork.