I like Rachel Ray's recipes and her magazine, though I'm not a fan of her show. But it always seems to take me way longer than 30 minutes to whip up one of her 30 minute meals. (they also make the largest four servings I have ever seen.)
This one actually came together really fast.And it was SO, so good. Sweet and tangy and delicious! We served it on challah rolls with steamed baby carrots.
Hula Joes(Source: Rachel Ray, as found on Real Mom Kitchen) -1 tbsp olive oil -1/4 lb smoked ham -1 1/2 lb ground pork (I only had a pound so used extra ham) -Chopped sweet onion (recipe calls for 1, I used about 1/3) -Minced garlic -3 tbsp brown sugar -3 tbsp red wine vinegar (I used rice vinegar) -1 tbsp worcestershire sauce -1 cup tomato sauce -1 cup pineapple tidbits, halved, or fresh chopped pineapple
-Saute ham in olive oil in a large skillet until browned, then remove and set aside -Add pork to pan and cook until browned and cooked through -Add onion and garlic and cook until softened and translucent -Return ham to pan -In a medium bowl, mix vinegar, sugar, worcestershire, and tomato sauce -Add to skillet and cook for one minute until bubbling -Add pineapple and stir to thoroughly combine -Serve on split rolls