This is from the same Food & Wine magazine as the Mayan recipe. I'm going to try it soon as well. This simple braise is a mainstay along the coast of Portugal. With clams from the sea and pork from the nearby mountains, it speaks to the landscape, and diet, of Portugal itself. Its garlicky...
x GYOZA WITH CRISPY WINGS x
By Jamie Oliver - from Jamie's Comfort Food, first published 2014
See here for photos & detail of how it went
1hour 30 minutes
300g good.quality Tipo 00 flour. plus extra for dusting and the wings
1/4 Green cabbage (250g)...
This was dinner the other night, forgot to post.
Perfect Pan-Seared Pork Tenderloin Steaks
2 (1 lb.) pork tenderloins, trimmed
2 TB. vegetable oil
Scallion-Ginger Relish (recipe below)
1. Adjust oven rack to middle position and heat oven to 275F. Set wire rack in rimmed...
These koftas use both ground and whole cumin seeds and the taste of cumin is very much in the foreground. The recipe also uses a lot of coriander (cilantro) so its a great way to use up that wilting bunch of coriander lingering in the fridge. The coriander brightens the earthy taste of the...
This is what I class as 'it doesn't get much easier'. But it is delicious. You can make the whole thing in ten minutes flat.
Ingredients (makes 2 burgers)
250g minced pork (I used 10% fat pork mince)
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp ground cinnamon
2 tsp paprika (not smoked)
¾ tsp salt (or to taste)...
As an offshoot to the pork discussion, here's my method for cooking pork chops. This works best for thick chops, which can easily end up being too dry when cooked. The secret is to brine them first, even just 30 minutes will make a difference.
Ingredients for a basic brine:
1 cup of hot water
500 g pork loin or fillet
salt and pepper
1 tablespoon olive oil
12 slices streaky bacon
2-3 tablespoons honey
Cut the pork into two portions, each about 120 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm. Season with salt and pepper. Heat the oil and fry the pork until brown on all sides. Keep...
I love pork liver soup very much, and I have tried to do it by myself many times ,but all failed——the pork livers are all too tough. I have no idea how to make it better. Does someone here like this soup,either? If you also like it or have some good ideas and happy to share them, pls feel free...
I'm planning to attempt cooking sausage rolls in the near future (first time). I intend to used pork, sage and onion for the "filling".
Should I cook (or semi cook) the minced pork first before wrapping it in the pastry?
It's that time of year again..this pork spread is something like pate' but quite simple to make..It is traditionally eaten on toast for breakfast, but we've come to add it to the appetizer table at family functions..I usually make it and send family home with some otherwise I'll eat it all..
As I wrote in the braised bacon thread, I wanted to try this with a smaller amount of meat than a ham/gammon joint. So, I purchased a 2.7 pound chunk of boned pork butt. The cure is Michael Ruhlman's basic cure for bacon with powdered dextrose (you can use regular sugar also), cure #2 and...
This long-simmered tomato- and pork-based soup was Priya Krishna’s hangover cure when she lived in Mexico. Her version builds layers of flavor from bone-in pork, garlic, ginger, and dried chiles. The finishing touches are just as important: Everyone can customize their bowls with crunchy...
This is the first recipe I have ever posted and it is a very, very simple one but I have to start somewhere!
I went to the butchers and asked for the biggest, beast of a pork chop that they had. I'm sure it's small by American standards but this is what they gave me.
I wanted to do something with the Rotieserie and thought of a nice spit roast. But fill with what? Of course, Bacon & Cheddar is always delicious!
The bacon I had previously fried and allowed to cool. Cut into pieces
The cheese was grated
Pork neck 1.8 kg
I'm sure there is a thread of at least a similar title but for the life of me, I can't find it.
Anyway, here's mine.
Sourdough roll sliced in two (not three - I've found two easier to control during the biting process) slightly toasted with ketchup and a few sliced chillis to add a little...
I use thick cut bacon. Your favorite kind will do, although I recommend thick-cut.
Apple cider vinegar
Fresh cracked black pepper
You will want to use foil on the bottom of your baking sheets for this, it makes clean up a lot less...