Barbecue for Brunch | Pre-Cooked Ribs for Any Meal
If you’ve tried Tony Roma’s pre-cooked ribs, they’re likely one of your favorite meals. Versatile and succulent, they are the perfect choice for lunch, dinner, and snack time or … brunch? Believe it or not, pre-cooked ribs and other types of barbecue can be a delicious addition on your brunch table, especially when prepared in these tempting recipes.
- Baby Back Ribs Eggs Benedict can be made with leftover pre-cooked ribs. For this recipe, you use enough ribs for two, and heat them in a 350° oven before shredding the meat. While the ribs are warming, make hickory-hoisin sauce by mixing 2 parts hickory smoke and 1 part hoisin sauce. Toss the meat lightly in the sauce and set it onto a couple of slices of corn bread. Poach eggs, cracking them gently into a pot of simmering water, along with a couple of teaspoons of white vinegar. Remove the eggs from the pot after about two minutes, using a slotted spoon and placing them on top of the porch. Top with sliced scallions, if you’d like.
- Short Ribs Tacos can also be prepared simply with pre-cooked ribs. If you want to go all out, you can prepare your own grain-free tortillas as explained in the linked recipe, but using pre-made tortillas makes it even easier. What could be more delicious than ribs shredded, put into tortillas, topped with sriracha mayo, avocados and shredded cabbage?
- Pulled Pork Hash is easy and delicious. Simply melt a tablespoon of butter in a saucepan and sauté half a red onion before adding about 8 ounces of pulled pork. Dice 2 leftover baked potatoes and add them to the mixture, cooking for about five more minutes, or until potatoes are browned, stirring occasionally. Season with salt black pepper, and, if desired, cayenne pepper.
- Leftover Pulled Pork with a Fried Egg is a perfect brunch for one. What’s involved? Just what the name says: an egg, fried in one teaspoon of olive oil, served with leftover pulled pork that you’ve heated while the egg was frying. The combination of flavors and textures makes this a delicious treat.
- Pulled Pork Breakfast Skillet is gluten-free and dairy-free. Heat a tablespoon of oil in a pan, then add half a sliced onion and cook until translucent before adding half a tomato, thinly sliced, and cooking for a couple more minutes. Add ¼- ½ cup of pulled pork and 2 tablespoons of canned beans, mixing together before forming 2 “nests” in which to crack 2 eggs. Crack the eggs into the pan, reduce heat to medium low, and cook until the eggs are set. Top with fresh chopped herbs and, if you aren’t concerned about it being dairy free, 2 tablespoons of cubed feta cheese.
No matter what time of day you’re craving barbecue, Tony Roma’s is there for you, with pre-cooked ribs and pulled pork you can pull right out of your fridge. Easy, convenient and ready to put on your table in about twenty minutes, Tony Roma’s barbecue is delicious and filling. To find Tony Roma’s at a grocery store near you, visit the store locator on our website. To connect with the online community, like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter or explore our favorite recipes and more on Pinterest.