Free-range pork with roasted shallots and thyme
Preheat oven to 200 degC. Slice the skin off the pork and rub thoroughly with salt and oil, getting right in between the score marks. Place on an oven tray. Peel the shallots, core and slice the pears. Put into an oven dish with some sprigs of fresh thyme, a generous drizzle of olive oil,...Amanda Laird1 1
Belly cut shoulder of pork with roasted vegetables
Preheat the oven to 160 degC. Using a sharp knife, score the skin of the pork then rub with salt and cumin seeds, making sure you rub in between the slices. ; Brush the pork with olive oil and tuck rosemary sprigs into the cuts in the skin. Pour over the wine and stock. Cook for 2 hours,...Amanda Laird2
Stuffed fillet of pork
It’s so easy to buy a good scotch fillet of pork, stuff it, wrap it in bacon, then slice and serve over a ginger kumara mash with a drizzle of light sauceAnnabelle White2
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From the team
We’re delighted it is roasting season again. Apart from the ease of cooking (a bit of a rub or stuffing, then the oven does the work) we also love that a roast dinner always means leftovers, which means another dinner or lunch or two is sorted. Brilliant. Next week we’ll be showing you some ideas in Bite for using leftover pork, so we’ve created a collection of our favourite pork roasts for you to enjoy now. From Amanda Laird’s thyme flavoured mini roast or shoulder, to Grant Allen’s South American leg. Check out ideas from all over the world, and let us know on Facebook how you like to prepare your roasts.
The team at Food Hub