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Somerset Pork Casserole

Somerset Pork Casserole Recipe
Serves 4 Easy Prep 10 mins Cook 1 hr 5 mins
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A traditional family dish for pork, cooked with apple in a delicious cider flavoured sauce and seasoned with herbs. Delicious served with sautéed potatoes and steamed green beans.

Ingredients

Method

STEP 1Preheat the oven to 190°C, 375°F, Gas Mark 5.

STEP 2Heat oil, fry pork and onion for 3-4 minutes. Transfer to a casserole dish.

STEP 3Mix sachet contents with water and add to casserole dish. Cover and cookfor 1 hour or until meat is tender, adding the apple for the last 30 minutes.

STEP 4Serve with sautéed potatoes.

Nutrition per serving

225 kcalories, protein 26.3g, carbohydrates 12.6g, fat 7.3g, saturated fat 0.4g, fibre 2.0g, salt 0.58g,

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