Leftover BBQ Rib Skillet

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Hi!  How was your Holiday weekend?  Did you do something super fun?  I was able to escape for a couple of days to a Lake House with some friends and also got to celebrate one of my nephews’ 1st Birthday’s!  It was such a re-energizing and amazing weekend!

You guys gave the picture of my leftover rib creation a lot of love last week – so today I’m going to share the recipe with you!  I also figured that since Labor Day is known for grilling and BBQ’ing some of you may just have some leftover ribs in your fridge right now!  🙂

It’s funny because I’m infamous for doing nothing with leftovers – especially leftover protein.  If I remember, I will throw it on a salad for lunch; but in all honesty, I usually end up forgetting about it (or trying to forget about it) because the idea of re-heated meat as dinner always sounds so unexciting to me.

That is exactly what got my brain going when I knew we had the leftover ribs in the fridge that needed to be eaten.  Now don’t get me wrong, ribs are always good – this I know – but I just wasn’t feeling the idea of sitting down with re-heated ribs and frozen broccoli (we were straight up OUT of fresh veggies at the moment which almost NEVER happens and that was the only greens we had!).  Long story short…I’m so happy I went with my hunch and decided to get creative with the ribs because this turned out amazing! Here we go….

Leftover BBQ Rib Skillet
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Servings
2 people
Servings
2 people
Leftover BBQ Rib Skillet
Print Recipe
Servings
2 people
Servings
2 people
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Add Olive Oil to a skillet, heat it up and throw in the onion. Once the onion is about half way done sautéing, add in your minced garlic and cook until onions are translucent
  2. Add your chopped broccoli and diced rib meat to the skillet next. **If you are using fresh broccoli, add to the pan when you add the onion** Cook for a few more minutes.
  3. Add in your BBQ sauce next as well as any additional seasonings. I added in crushed red pepper and black pepper as we like spicy in our house!
  4. Reduce the pan to simmer, cover and let it cook for about 10 -15 minutes stirring occasionally.
  5. Add your cooked grains to the pan and adjust BBQ sauce and seasoning accordingly.
  6. Serve it up and top with grated Parmesan before devouring. 🙂
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There you have it!  Easy peasy delicious BBQ Ribs Skillet.  Pretty simple, huh?  Do you have any awesome recipes you’ve come up with for leftovers?  POST BELOW any you may have, I love trying new recipes.

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