Pulled Pork Potato Skins

Recipe of the Week Friday, July 31, 2015

Pulled Pork Potato Skins

Satisfy your warm bellied craving with this pork tornado. Piled high to hog heaven, these crisp, smoky, Pork Stuffed Potato Skins are loaded with thunderous flavor. These crispy potato skins filled with sweet and spicy shredded pork, topped off with toasty, melted cheese and bacon chunks are irresistible. Our buttery spuds will have you calling up your crew, just to make these finger lickin,’ double pork starters. Keep grillin’ and pork out.

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