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Saturday, 7 December 2013

Thinly sliced pork loin

STUFFED PORK LOIN
I've quite often seen THINLY SLICED PORK LOIN sold in packs in the supermarket and wondered what I could do with them. Our recipe certainly turned the pork into something much more interesting. 
You'll find this very simple way of serving pork will make it go further too! The stuffing infuses the pork and helps keep it moist and tender. 
There's a similar recipe on our blog using tenderloin of pork.
Serve however you like; we chose a salad and potatoes. No need for a sauce, however, a nice dollop of this apple sauce went very well with it. It's easy enough to make. Here's our recipe:

STUFFED PORK LOIN
Ingredients - to serve 2
300g pack of thinly sliced pork loin (roughly two slices per person)
one small onion, finely chopped 
75g quality black pudding
two thick rashers of streaky bacon
oil
salt & pepper
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Flatten the rashers of bacon until very thin - and almost doubled in length.

Flatten each pork loin and place two pieces per person, side by side on a piece of cling film. Season lightly with salt and pepper.

Fry the chopped onion until translucent.

Break the black pudding into small pieces and mix with the fried onion.

Place the black pudding onto the pork and roll into a sausage shape (the cling film will help here). Don't forget to remove the cling film.

Take a slice of streaky bacon and roughly wrap around the pork. This helps keep it all together without using string etc.

Brown each pork wrap lightly then place onto a baking tray.

Place in a hot oven at 180ºC (fan) 200ºC (non-fan) and cook for about 15 minutes. Test the pork is cooked.

Rest the pork wraps for 10 minutes as this helps the meat relax and become more tender.

We served ours with a salad and new potatoes.
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REMEMBER: We all have a calorie allowance - do you know yours?
Do you know how many calories you can eat each day?
Here's a link to our very first blog post about our weight loss journey, which we began in January 2011. We started this blog as a way of recording what we ate while losing weight. The blog is a food diary, and contains lots of recipes, tips and ideas about losing weight.
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