Right about now, you are probably wondering, what in the World is this Chef talking about…BBQ Lasagna? Actually it’s not that much of a stretch. I promise that if you follow along, you will see that this recipe not only makes sense but is amazingly delicious. Lets think outside of the lasagna box…so to speak and get creative.
The main focus of this dish is the meat. When making my BBQ Lasagna, I like to use shredded or chopped pork instead of ground beef. BBQ pork is something everyone is familiar with and is perfect in this recipe. Most of the time when I make this recipe I am using leftover pork from an earlier cookout, but you can just as easily make it all in one day.
First we will need some pork roast from the store. You can also substitute a pork loin as well. Once home, take your pork and season with 1 tablespoon each, salt, pepper, garlic, and brown sugar. Rub the seasoning all around the pork and let the pork rest for about 30 minutes. At this point you can place it into a slow cooker or just bake the roast at 300 degrees for 2 hours. The pork should come out fork tender.