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DTS

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Ladies and Gentlemen

Tonight Mrs DtS is in for a treat. As she has been out all day I am doing dinner. Now being the busy IFA that I am I cant be spending hours cooking so I am doing an easy dish. As I know as least two people have tried DtS Cooking Corner reciepes in the past I thought I might share with you this beauty.

Coddled Pork - For two

Ingredients

Two or Three Chops (depends how greedy you are - I am having two
A small amount of butter or marge
4 Rasher of bacon - cut into smaller bits
A few potatoes cut into cubes once peeled
A large carrot - peeled and sliced
A small swede peeled and chopped into small cubes
1/2 a Cabbage cut up into thin strips
Some mushroomes halved of you like them
An onion peeled anc chopped
100 ml Cider
100 Ml Chicken Stock.
Salt and pepper to taste.

Method

1.Heat the butter in a casserole dish until sizzling, then fry the pork for 2-3 mins on each side until browned. Remove from the pan.

2.Tip the bacon, carrot, potatoes,nushroom, onions and swede into the pan, then gently fry until slightly coloured. Stir in the cabbage, sit the chops back on top, then pour over the cider and stock. Cover the pan, then leave everything to gently simmer for 30 mins (check this as does vary a bit) until the pork is cooked through and the vegetables are tender.

I will be doing this tonight and will post up a picture of it. If anyone else joins me let me know.

Its really simple to do for you non cookers and full of veg too.

Cheers
DtS
 

Pubey

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sounds good, will give it a go. could you slow cook it, or would the cabbage just disintegrate?
 

MK Shrimper

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The cabbage will turn to mush if it's overcooked.

I'd add some fresh Rosemary or even Thyme to the dish mate.
 

ian_the_girth

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Sounds good, Dave.
What will you be having to drink with it, wine, or will that not work with the cider?
How about desert, got time to make that too?
 

DTS

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Sounds good, Dave.
What will you be having to drink with it, wine, or will that not work with the cider?
How about desert, got time to make that too?

All good questions.

Drink I will have water, the wife I suspect the same.

(Food) Desert will not be happening as were both being good at the moment. Other deserts depend on how good dinner is...
 

Yorkshire Blue

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Ladies and Gentlemen

Tonight Mrs DtS is in for a treat. As she has been out all day I am doing dinner. Now being the busy IFA that I am I cant be spending hours cooking so I am doing an easy dish. As I know as least two people have tried DtS Cooking Corner reciepes in the past I thought I might share with you this beauty.

Coddled Pork - For two

Ingredients

Two or Three Chops (depends how greedy you are - I am having two
A small amount of butter or marge
4 Rasher of bacon - cut into smaller bits
A few potatoes cut into cubes once peeled
A large carrot - peeled and sliced
A small swede peeled and chopped into small cubes
1/2 a Cabbage cut up into thin strips
Some mushroomes halved of you like them
An onion peeled anc chopped
100 ml Cider
100 Ml Chicken Stock.
Salt and pepper to taste.

Method

1.Heat the butter in a casserole dish until sizzling, then fry the pork for 2-3 mins on each side until browned. Remove from the pan.

2.Tip the bacon, carrot, potatoes,nushroom, onions and swede into the pan, then gently fry until slightly coloured. Stir in the cabbage, sit the chops back on top, then pour over the cider and stock. Cover the pan, then leave everything to gently simmer for 30 mins (check this as does vary a bit) until the pork is cooked through and the vegetables are tender.

I will be doing this tonight and will post up a picture of it. If anyone else joins me let me know.

Its really simple to do for you non cookers and full of veg too.

Cheers
DtS

Cheers for the offer mate, it's a bit of a trek over to yours but I could maybe get there for 7:30?
 

ian_the_girth

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When are you going to invite SZ over for a BBQ?
Plenty of room in your garden for us to pitch a tent each & stay the night.
Shall we make it during the euros. Good idea, Dave :smile:
 

ian_the_girth

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Could be a possbility over the summer Girthy. :thumbsup::thumbsup:

Dave. I have been thinking more & more about your great idea for a BBQ.

Can i try & claim it as my 30th birthday bash too?
I will bring two packets of angel delight, toffee flavour.
Is the any local gash available for the lads?!
 

DTS

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Let's just say it's a possibility Girth. Local area is full of posh talent but having seen your magic in Manchester I think you will be fine wherever you go.
 

Pubey

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just to go back to the recipe. we had a variation (used some sausages that we had in the freezer) and it was great. nice one Dave.
 

Rudi Luftwaffe

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Surely the pork chop should be adding value as part if a mixed grill rather than being smothered by vegetables?The posh word for this is synergy.
 
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