Cathryn's Kitchen

MONDAY, 21ST OCTOBER 2013

Marinated Pork with side dishes



Andrew and I (with our daughter Sylvia) spent the winter up in the Snow area of Victoria. It was a great 14 weeks of enjoying skiing in the cold and snow.

Andrew and I  (with our daughter Sylvia) spent the winter up in the Snow area of Victoria.  It was a great 14 weeks of enjoying skiing in the cold and snow.  We slaughtered 2 pigs a few weeks ago, so we have been eating quite a lot of Pork, so why not try out my pork marinade and side dishes.

Pork  Marinade
This marinade can be used on pork fillets or pork chops.
2 tablespoons Brown Sugar

2 tablespoons Soya Sauce

1 tsp garlic

1 tsp Cumin

1 tsp Garam Masala

Add chilli to your liking

Combine all these ingredients together in a dish and place the pork chops/fillets in and rub the marinade all over them until they are covered, leave them in the dish marinating for a minimum of one hour.
You can then bake, fry or BBQ the chops/fillets.  Cook them until they go a nice golden colour.

This is great served with a Cabbage dish or Fennel salad with Coriander.

Cabbage Saute
For the cabbage sauté, fry 1 diced onion and a tsp of fennel seeds, in 1 dessertspoon of olive oil.

Add the sliced cabbage, and keep stirring until combined.  Add 1/2 a cup of white wine and 1/4 of a cup of apple cider, seasoning with salt and pepper.
Put a lid on the frying pan and turn the heat down low, cooking to the firmness you prefer.  I like mine still with abit of crunch.  Before serving add 1/2 a cup of chopped fresh Parsley.


 Fennel and red onion salad.

Slice fennel and red onion and present in dish alternatively.
Then mix the following ingredients in a bowl and pour over the salad;

1 tsp seeded mustard

2 tbsp of white balsamic

4 tbsp of olive oil

juice of 1 lemon.

Salt and pepper

Finish the salad with 1/2 a cup of chopped Coriander.
 

 


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