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    ONE PAN PORK AND APPLE

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    By Marie Muccio

    I am constantly on the search for quick and easy weeknight meals to cook for the family. This one pan pork with apple is the perfect example of a no fuss dinner that’s hearty, delicious and on the table in less than 30 minutes.

    I proceed with caution when I try recipes labelled as quick and easy because some claim to be just that. However, when your 20 minutes in and the kitchen sink is piled up with more dishes than a dinner party it can all seem too good to be true. I promise you this one will not disappoint.

    Pork and apple is such a classic and wonderful combination. If you have never tried it then you definitely need to get on the pork and apple bandwagon.

    You can serve this up just as is or if you want a side or two a simple garden salad or steamed green beans will pair perfectly. If you are feeding a hungry bunch you can also serve the pork with mashed potato. Sometimes I’ll serve it with sweet potato mash.

    So the next time you’re searching for a quick and hearty dinner make sure to give this one pan pork and apple dish a try. It’s sure to become a regular on the family menu.

    Mrsfoodiemumma xx

    Feeling hungry for more? check out my blog at www.mrsfoodiemumma.com


    RECIPE

    • 1 tbsp olive oil
    • 20g butter
    • 1 large red onion
    • 3 medium apples, cored and thinly sliced
    • 4 pork loin steaks
    • 1 tbsp fresh sage chopped
    • 1/4 cup chicken stock

    Method

    • Add olive oil and butter to a large pan or skillet on medium-high heat.
    • Season pork well with salt and pepper.
    • When the butter is foaming, add onion and cook for 2-3 minutes until softened.
    • Add the sliced apples and cook for further 4 minutes until everything starts to caramelise then remove from the pan.
    • Add another swig of olive oil and add the sage and pork. Cook for 4 minutes on medium heat.
    • Turn the pork and add the stock and return the onions and apples to the pan. Cook for a further 2 minutes or until the pork is cooked through.
    • Serve with green beans or a garden salad.

     

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    Marie Muccio
    Marie Mucciohttps://www.Mrsfoodiemumma.com
    Food blogger (Mrsfoodiemumma) Taking the stress out of dinner time and  getting you excited about cooking.

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