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Aarti Paarti

Pulled Pork with Mango BBQ Sauce + Apple Peanut Slaw Salad + Sweet Roasted Yam Fries

mango pulled pork sandwich

I invited my Mom for dinner over two weekends ago and decided to make Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Mango BBQ Sauce.  The reason I picked out this dish was because we both saw it  air on Aarti Paarti and were salivating over how good the pulled pork was.   I thought it would be fun to surprise her with my version.

If you love mangoes, then you will love these sandwiches so much!  I also decided to make her Apple Peanut  Slaw, then decided to add in carbs with some serving of roasted sweet yam fries.

During dinner we were just in love with our food.  We just kept wanting more… I thought the Apple slaw and the Yams complimented perfectly with the mango flavored slow cooked pork.  It definitely was the highlight of our Sunday.

Please note that I have made some changes to accommodate my access to the called out ingredients from the original recipe and my taste preferences… but overall I have stayed pretty true to the original recipe.

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  • http://twitter.com/eatgreeknet eatGREEK

    I think it must be delicious with that Mango BBQ Sauce…. :D

  • Lisa~Koreanamericanmommy

    Sounds so delicious. I need to watch Aarti more often. You’re so sweet to cook for your mommy (=

  • Becky

    I saw this episode, too. Yours looks wonderful. I love anything mango!!!! Thanks for sharing

  • Squeaky Gourmet

    oh my goodness YUM! I have not seen her show yet! I am so behind the times!

  • nancy@skinnykitchen.com

    Mmmm… This pulled pork recipe sounds really yummy! I make a skinny one with bbq sauce but your sauce sounds delish…

  • http://www.mission-food.com Victoria

    Look amazing!! Your mommy is so lucky to be invited over for that meal :) mmmmmm!!!

  • RavieNomNoms

    That looks like one delicious meal! YUM

  • TheEnchantedCook

    Yummy! I love pulled pork and Aarti! Her recipes always rock and your photo looks lovely! I also love that you make it easy to print – I gotta figure out how to do that someday.

    Best,
    Veronica

  • Taaduh

    Fantastic combination of flavors, and great photos!

  • http://www.cooksbookblog.com Marisa

    I do love mango. This is such a great twist on the classic pulled pork BBQ sandwich–which is my favorite BBQ thing to have! The apple and peanut slaw sounds really good too. Love that combo!

  • http://www.bakingwithoutabox.com Amanda @ Bakingwithoutabox

    What a great meal. Love the mango bbq sauce. Nice variation. And that slaw looks really good.

  • http://frombatoparis.blogspot.com Frombuenosairestoparis

    I have never tried pork with mango sauce, but it must be great!! Lucky to have shared this with your Mom!!!

  • http://www.tasteofbeirut.com tasteofbeirut

    Adelina
    This is an incredibly tasting recipe; I have not seen mango nectar made into a BBQ sauce so I am really intrigued here; the side dishes look and sound wonderful and a perfect, much tastier alternative to french fries and coleslaw smothered in mayo!
    As far as the bread rings, there are sweet and savory versions; I have tried both and have posted both although the sweet is flavored with both anise seeds and ground anise and I used olive oil. In any case, I am eager to try your mom in -law ‘s version, which I am sure is yummy and traditional (they make them in sticks too).

  • Marea

    YUM! This sounds like something I must try!

  • http://livlifetoo.blogspot.com/ Kim, Liv Life

    Just the title alone was enough to bring me here! I do indeed love mangoes and I am certain that this will be well received in our household. Thank you so much! I’m actually really excited to read this!

  • http://lakocinera.blogspot.com Kocinera

    This whole dinner sounds amazing! I love pulled pork and I bet that mango bbq sauce was delicious!

  • http://alchemy-fabulousfood.blogspot.com/ Hester Casey (Alchemy Ireland)

    Lucky mom! I have been planning to make pulled pork for some time now. Tracking down Boston Butt or pork shoulder will be the biggest challenge – one my butcher has been set. The mango sounds like something that would be really, really delicious with it.

  • http://www.sprigsofrosemary.com Rosemary @ Sprigs of Rosemary

    I can’t tell you how big a hit these dishes will be at my house. Thanks!

  • Becky

    Adelina,
    You have received a lovely award. Please check out my blog:)

  • http://ieatoats.wordpress.com/ Gree

    I LOVE pulled pork. No really, I beyond love it, and I love that you did homemade BBQ sauce and the slaw looks so good. I’m hungry!

  • http://MyTastyHandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    Thanks Joumana! I will be sharing some recipes with you. I did get my mom’s version…which is the savory version. It’s pretty close to your post. I will be sharing it with you. I will also try getting the sweeter version as well.

  • http://MyTastyHandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    It’s just a widget… I will try to find out from my hubby. I am not that technical in managing my blog.

  • http://MyTastyHandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    Thanks for the sweet comments. My mom is not as lucky as I am. The truth is ever since my kids started school, she’s been in charge of picking them up and providing them food almost every day. I felt like this is the least I can do…

  • http://twitter.com/SpicyPerspectiv Sommer Collier

    Awesome! This is my kind of meal–hearty and flavor-packed!

  • http://www.ofmusesandmeringues.blogspot.com Beth

    This sounds sensational! What a fabulous set of recipes.

  • http://chefwanabe.com Anna

    I absolutely love pulled pork sandwich, and mango BBQ sauce sounds divine. Loved the sweet potato fries idea too.

  • http://www.oilandbutter.com Rich

    Wow. Okay, I smoke my own barbecue pretty frequently, and this is on the rotation. Typically I’ll do brisket, but on your recommendation, I’ve got absolutely no problem spending a day on a pork shoulder. Assuming, of course, you think smoking it would add to the dish?

  • http://MyTastyHandbook.com Adelina Badalyan

    I don’t think smoking is required since I think it’s already really good with just slow cooking the meet… I am a big fan of smoke bbq, so the extra added effort might work to your advantage.

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