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Orange Jerked, Pork Wraps

I'm often asked why I cook so much at one time. I always have it in the back of my mind that I'm cookin' for the week. Some foods, like spaghetti, don't lend themselves to making something different with it, but the Orange Jerked Pork Tenderloin worked out just fine.

When I made the Jerked Tenderloin the first time, I made a double recipe so that I might be able to play around with the leftovers. This recipe is the result.

1. Slice the left over pork tenderloin into bite sized pieces.

2. Melt some butter in a Teflon fry pan, add a little oil, the blacken, and finally the meat. Since the meat is already cooked, you're just going to cook it long enough, at a high temperature, to blacken with the extra Butt Kickin' Blacken you've put in the pan.

3. After about 5 minutes, or so of cooking, turn the pan off and begin making the wraps.

4. Place some meat into the wrap, add some of the leftover sauce, wrap it up and enjoy. Sour Cream and lettuce is optional.