This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Farm Rich Smokehouse BBQ . All opinions are 100% mine.
All the flavors of our favorite pizza but in a slimmed down dish! Spicy Pineapple BBQ Pork Lettuce Wraps are sweet, spicy and a quick dinner that is perfect for entertaining or any weeknight!
What’s your stance on entertaining?
Are you the party attender that loves to mingle and sip on cocktails? Don’t mind if I do!
Or are you the party thrower? The one that has to be in control of all the food, drinks and making sure every decoration is in its appropriate spot? All Type A’s raise that hand!
Let’s say I am both. Fair enough, right?
I have always dreamed of working in the catering biz. The idea of putting my love into food and watching the smiles on everyone’s face as they dig in, just lights me up! But as I have learned over the years, that you don’t have to make every single dish from scratch. Thank you Ina Garten!
So the past weekend when I had a few friends over to enjoy the sunshine and have a few mocktails on our back patio, I turned to Farm Rich Smokehouse BBQ to amp up my homemade lettuce wraps! And did anyone question the dish? Nada.
When I wanted to take a classic pizza flavor – BBQ – and transform it into a healthier summer dish, I knew lettuce wraps were in order. All the flavor of our go to pizza but in a low carb, and quick dish that is fancy enough to serve at a dinner party!
The base is Farm Rich’s Smokehouse Pulled Pork BBQ as it is authentic BBQ that has been slow cooked for hours then hand pulled. And no weird ingredients either, just simple, clean ingredients. Just from those thoughts, it sounds exactly how we make pulled pork in our house! But no long hours spent around our smoker. Rather our time is spent with friends. Exactly how it should be, if you ask me.
Since entertaining is a love of mine, I don’t want to spend all my time in the kitchen so these lettuce wraps are ideal for parties! Simply prep the ingredients ahead of time. Dice the pineapple, cut up the red onion, chop the cilantro, slice up the jalapeno and tear apart some big ol lettuce leaves. Then place them all on a big serving platter, cover then place in the fridge until dinnertime. Then, when it’s ready to eat, heat up the pork, let everyone assemble their own wrap and devour!
Now isn’t that music to everyone’s ears!
If you were to create your own recipe with Farm Rich Smokehouse meats, what would you whip up? Get a $1.00 off coupon now before you make a trip to the store!