Pork with Mustard Lime Vinaigrette
Cubes of just-roasted pork tenderloin fill in for braised beef in our version of a French salad of leftover beef and vinaigrette. We love it warm or at room temperature, but do be sure to let the salad stand for at least a few minutes before serving to give the pork time to soak up some of the delicious dressing. Fast Pork Recipes
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Leftover pork or beef would not only taste great, it would actually be more traditional. The meat should really be cooked through, though, not rare.
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