- The uncooked pork was already diced and the pieces were a good size.
- The meat was lean, with some fat left on to keep the meat moist whilst cooking.
- No extra preparation was needed for the pork before adding it to the other casserole ingredients.
- The pork was cooked in a roasting tin for 3 hours in a hot aga with other ingredients to make a pork casserole.
- Diced pork.
- 2 small red onions chopped.
- 10 mushrooms sliced.
- 1 jar of tomato passata.
- 2 beef oxo cubes.
- Half a glass of red wine.
- 2-4 tablespoons of plain yogurt, creme fraise or single cream.
- Chop the onions and mushrooms and put into the roasting tin with the diced pork.
- Add the jar of tomato passata, red wine and oxo cubes.
- Mix the ingredients up and cover with foil.
- Put into a hot oven and cook for 3 hours.
- Remove the foil and stir in the plain yogurt, creme fraise or cream.
- Serve immediately with potatoes and a selection of seasonal vegetables.
- This casserole made 4 servings and my husband and I served it with mashed potato, green beans, courgette and balsamic tomatoes for our first meal and then homemade chips, yorkshire puddings and purple sprouting broccoli for our second meal.
- Cooked well.
- No unwanted fat.
- Easy to prepare.
- Great value for money.
- “I found the diced pork easy to prepare as it was already diced up and the pieces were well sized and lean. No meat cutting was required which I find a refreshing change.” Sara @ Farming Friends
- “My husband said that the diced pork, “Just melts in your mouth.”
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