Pork Chop Leftover Recipes
Whether you take our famous pork chop TO-GO or savor it at Perry’s Famous Pork Chop Friday® Lunch, Sunday Supper, or any occasion in between, there’s a good chance you’ll end up with leftovers. And when you do, we invite you to fire up your stovetop and take delicious matters into your own hands.
From Celebrity Chef Rick Moonen, a James Beard Best Chef: West nominee and Perry's Master Development Chef – to you - we hope that our collection of fresh, creative ideas for repurposing your Famous Pork Chop leftovers will help you savor the Perry's experience all over again.
Recipe inspired by Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille Guest: Judy Marie R.
This cooked pork is full of flavor and can be used in a multitude of ways: Serve it with red rice alone, use it as a filling for tacos, enchiladas or tamales.
Two leftovers are getting a little TLC with this simple Pork Fried Rice. Day old rice and Perry’s Famous Pork Chop are transformed into a takeout favorite with toasted sesame oil, chile flakes and fresh scallions creating depths of nutty, spicy and savory flavors in every bite.
This childhood revival is being elevated in your kitchen with Perry’s Famous Pork Chop as the star. This smoky and savory sloppy Joe is reminiscent of every barbecue dream, made right on your stovetop and perfectly complemented by buttery potato buns, a crispy pickle and your favorite potato chips.
Rich, creamy Mac & Cheese embellished with savory bites of Perry’s Famous Pork Chop. Featuring three different cheeses, this Mac & Cheese is brought together into a warming bite with hints of nutmeg, then baked to melty, bubbly, and golden-brown perfection.
Seven-layer pork lasagna made with our Famous Seven-Finger-High Pork Chop, spinach ricotta, parmesan and mozzarella cheese and ratatouille style vegetables including zucchini, peppers, eggplant, tomatoes and garlic.
Infused with poblano peppers, hatch green chiles, seasoned with garlic and oregano and finished with diced applewood-smoked bacon and pieces of Perry's Famous Pork Chop.
Thai spiced pork filling for cabbage hand rolls with basil, mint and cilantro.
A classic recipe incorporating the Perry’s signature pork chop, mushrooms, cognac and crème fraîche served over egg noodles. The ultimate comfort food.