Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Wok's For Dinner: Hot Pork Sandwich With Gravy

I wanted something hot to warm us up for supper this evening, since we'd be out at the downtown Christmas lighting event and it was supposed to get a little chilly. I had this meal on my monthly menu, and with the word "hot" in the recipe title, it seemed perfect. Plus, it'd be really easy and quick to make since I turned it into a freezer meal. The original recipe is here; I tweaked it a bit.

Hot Pork Sandwich With Gravy

1 package pork gravy mix, enough to make 1 cup gravy
3 pork chops, cooked
sliced bread, toasted

Prepare pork gravy according to package directions. Meanwhile, heat pork chops in microwave 1-2 minutes or until heated through. Serve pork chops over toasted bread and spoon some gravy on top.

If freezing: You can use pork chops or sliced pork roast. Whenever you make a pork recipe, prepare some extra chops or a larger roast. After cooking, take the extra pork and freeze in a food saver bag or freezer bag. Thaw 24 hours in fridge then heat & serve as directed above.

One word for tonight's meal: delicious! And so simple to make. Hubs is not a gravy fan, but even he liked this. (I think it's the homemade gravy he's truly opposed to because he thinks it's loaded with grease; good thing I don't make homemade gravy!)

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