Monday, September 3, 2012

Pita, Pepper, and Pork Sandwich

Here's a recipe for a pita, pepper, pork sandwich.

  1. Two peppers
  2. One onion
  3. Already cooked pork
  4. Three table spoons of olive oil
  5. Four table spoons of butter
  6. Two teaspoons of dried parsley
  7. Two teaspoons of chili powder.
  8. Ten pitas

Melt three table spoons of butter in a frying pan while you chop the peppers and onions.
Add chopped veggies to the butter and let then saute.

Add three table spoons of olive oil, one table spoon of butter, parsley, and chili powder to a frying pan to heat.
While the oil is heating, chop the pork; you need about two cups.
When you're done chopping, add the pork to the oil and let it brown and get nice and tender, to soak in the flavor.
When the pork is hot, crisp, and flavorful, (like above), then it is time to serve it.

You can either mix the two or serve them separate depending on the amount then you want in your pita.
Cut the pitas in half and then stuff with the the peppers, onions, and pork.
For a dressing there are a lot of different things that you could put on.

You can put on mustered and Mayans or miracle-whip or ranch dressing.
My dad liked Italian dressing.
And if you like, ovocido is good on there.

And here is your recipe for pepper and pork pitas.
Enjoy! Goce!

(That's Spanish for enjoy)

1 comment:

Eden said...

That looks really good, Emily!