Missed us?! We hope so! If you are looking for other side dish ideas for your roasted pig, today is your lucky day! We scoured the internet once again for delicious side dishes that will go well with your whole roasted pig so read on and enjoy!
Boil potatoes in high heat; drain them and then slice them in half. Get a large bowl and combine your choice of barbecue sauce, mayonnaise, sherry vinegar and mustard. Put the potatoes in the bowl and fold them into the dressing. Make sure the potatoes are still warm when you do this. Stir the potatoes and let them stand for a few minutes until they have cooled down. Add some red onions, parsley, celery, tarragon and then finally, season them with salt and pepper. Garnish with sprouts and bacon.
This time, bake your macaroni and cheese! Cook the pasta in a large pot of boiling (and salted) water to al dente. While waiting for the pasta to cook melt better in another pot. Whisk some mustard and floor with it and ensure that it won’t end up lumpy. Add the onion, paprika, bay leaf and milk. Stir the mixture for approximately 10 minutes then remove the bay leaf. Temper the egg and add in the cheese. Finally, season the sauce with salt and pepper. Fold the macaroni into this mixture and then transfer to a casserole dish. Top with cheese and bread crumbs coated with the butter you melted earlier. Bake this for about 30 minutes.
Looking for a baked bean recipe variation? Try this! Process chopped red pepper, onion, garlic cloves in a food processor. Pulse the ingredients until they end up finely minced then set them aside. In a large bowl, mix some light brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, molasses or treacle, barbecue sauce, Worcestershire sauce and salt. Whisk these ingredients vigorously. Add in the minced or processed vegetables. Put all the beans in, too and then stir. Once done, pour the mixture into a baking dish. Add chopped bacon pieces on top of the mixture. Bake in a preheated oven at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for about an hour.
Instead of preparing the traditional slaw made only from cabbage and seasoning, add a number of ingredients to the recipe. Simply whisk some lemon juice, sour cream, oil, honey and mustard in a jug. Make sure that the mixture ends up smooth and that the ingredients are evenly distributed. Now get a large bowl and put the ingredients in: shredded red cabbage, chopped chives, chopped walnuts, grated Granny Smith apples and a cup of watercress. Pour the sauce you made and toss the ingredients well.
5. Corn Salad
We can’t ditch the corn, can we? We’re sure you love your grilled or steamed corn on the cob but there’s certainly no reason to miss a delicious bowl of corn salad. Just put your corns in a large pot and soak them for at least 15 minutes. Remove their silks and then grill them in your La Caja China for approximately 20 minutes, turning occasionally. Discard the husks and remove the corn kernels from the cob. Put the kernels in a large mixing bowl. Put your green bell pepper, red bell pepper and red onion in the bowl, too. Process the olive oil, cilantro, lime juice, garlic, salt, sugar, hot sauce and pepper until the mixture is smooth. Stir this sauce into the corn salad. Voila!
We hope that you loved these roasted pig side dishes we shared on our blog today. Also check out these delectable menu ideas for outdoor barbecues, pulled pork menu, pork chops recipe and grilled seafood menu. Learn awesome pork grilling facts and tips, too! And remember, to serve the tastiest grilled dishes, only use the best barbecue grill in town! Visit our website or call us at 1-800-338-1323 to get your La Caja China now!
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