One of these days I will give a recipe with NO booze in it. I do have some, you know! I am just thinking ahead…
Preheat oven to 180°C
2lb Lean Pork pieces
4 tablespoons Soy Sauce
4 tablespoons Redcurrant Jelly
6 tablespoons Tomato puree
2 large onions chopped
4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
12 tablespoons Port
8 tablespoons Cream
Toss pork in seasoned flour. Melt butter and brown pork and remove from pan. Add onions to juices and sauté for 5 minutes.
Put pork and all ingredients in together except mushrooms and Cream. Bring to boil, put in a casserole dish in pre heated oven for 45 minutes (can be cooled and frozen at this stage. Thaw on day required) Add mushrooms and cream and cook for a further 45 minutes until it thickens.
This looks terrible when you put it in the oven at first but it tastes lovely when cooked. Serve with Rice or potatoes.
Pork Portofino sounds GOOD! Grannymar
12 tablespoons Port = lash in half a bottle? 😉
We’re having a cheese fondue (with lots of Kirsch) tonight, for a birthday celebration.
My ‘baby’ is 18 today, and studying hard for school exams 🙁
I’ll make her your chocolate cake next week to celebrate when the exams finish. 😀
Morning Alco Steph!
I’ll have the Kirsch and skip the cheese! Dr’s orders. 😉
sounds like it will be choccie cake next week then.
I forgot to mention – there’s white wine in the fondue as well 😀
I’ll have the wine so!
Elly here – Pork Portofino has to be one of my favourite recipes of mum’s of ALL time – it’s really delish!
Thanks Elly, you have to stay overnight to have that on the menu! 😉
Mm! Sold to the frustrated chef…now …If I can gain access to the kitchen without her breathing down my neck…
Thanks for that recipe.
That sounds GREAT and easy too. Will the chocolate cake have booze in it also?
Brian, alas no booze in the chocolate cake.
Now Grannymar, port, pork AND cream? fwoaaarr . . .heart attack in a pot!
Baino, please don’t tell my doctor!
That sounds good but oh my the calories!!
Thanks for giving my carrot cake a mention.
Chris, this dish is more for a special supper rather than everyday!
Pork Portofino…Yumm! You can’t go wrong with port and pork. 🙂 I’ll have to give this one a go, Grannymar. You should write a cookbook! 🙂
JD I think you might like it.