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Sticky pork riblets

Sticky pork riblets...

I am a big fan of pork and pork ribs are amongst my all time favorite things to eat. These are seriously delicious and you will need a damp cloth or a finger bowl beside you, no mucking around with paper serviettes and you don’t want to use your good serviettes with this sauce… I had these with a sp[icy mexican rice dish that really complimented the spicyness of the pork. They are really simple to make and...
Sweet Thai pork morsels

Sweet Thai pork morsels...

Thai pork morsels These are sweet little pork bites made with pork rashers cut ito strips and simmered into a sweet sauce. They are great as a starter with sticky rice and pak choi with soy sauce. You could also serve them with the Thai corn fritters.  Try these they are really worth it. (4 people) What you need 3-400g pork rashers 100g browm sugar 2 teaspoons salt 300ml Water 100ml dark soy sauce The process Cut the...
Christmas gammon

Christmas gammon...

Glazed gammon I just love gammon at Christmas, in fact I’m not sure why we seem to make it only at Christmas. It’s fantastic and it sits in the fridge after Christmas for those perfect snack and sandwiches and is completely foolproof to make. What you need 1 deboned uncooked gammon of about 2.5kg 1 onion halved cloves 2 sticks celery water Glaze 50g butter 75g dark brown sugar 1 tablespoon mustard Place the...
Crisp pork rasher slab

Crisp pork rasher slab...

Crisp Pork belly I am a big fan of pork rashers on the braai that have been marinaded and have recently experimented with a nice big slab of pork belly to get a big piece of crispy skin. This recipe is really very simple and the results are incredible. Crispy crackling and juicy meat fit for a king. You may need to ask the butchery at your supermarket to cut you a piece of belly, which they will do happily. What you need 2kg...
Pork Chops supreme

Pork Chops supreme...

Pork Chops Supreme Oh man these are so good. I don’t often eat Pork but when I do this is how I usually cook them. They are so tasty and an almost unexpected flavor that keeps you coming back for more. I once saw Nigella pound her pork chops with a rolling pin to make them a little thinner before cooking and can recommend it if your chops are quite thick. Pork really needs to be quite well cooked with no pink inside....
Pork rib marinade

Pork rib marinade...

Pork Ribs This is a classic pork rib marinade that is pretty close to what a lot of butchers use. You can add more golden syrup if you like them a little sweeter. Use this as a base to perfect your own sauce. before we get strated, to get the meat tender and falling from the bone, boil the raw ribs in salted water for about 20 minutes and then let them cool before you marinate them. What you need 150ml tomato sauce 75ml...
Honey roasted pork riblets

Honey roasted pork riblets...

These are perfect little weekend morsels and while the braai’s are packed away will serve as a fitting substitute.
Apple cider pork pot roast

Apple cider pork pot roast...

Pork roast This is seriously good and you get the hint of apple in the meat from the apple cider. Roast pork has become a favorite of mine and I just love the way the apple cider seems to permeate the whole roast. Give this pork pot roast a try, you will not regret it. What you need 1.5kg pork loin 1 bottle apple cider Course salt 2 Thyme sprigs 1 large onion quartered 1 large carrot roughly chopped 2 sticks celery...
Spicy Chorizo

Spicy Chorizo...

Cuban spicy Chorico This has become one of my all time favorite recipes that takes about 10 minutes to prepare. I made it one day for a few mates who came over to watch the rugby and now I can’t seem to get rid of them. I first had it at a Cuban restaurant in Cape town and just could not get enough of it so had to get a recipe going and here it is! It can be spicy or mild but I would recommend as spicy as you can...

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