Adobo pork chops are a quick and easy Filipino-inspired dish cooked in a combination of vinegar, soy sauce, brown sugar, pepper & bay leaves.
As far as meat goes I consider the good old fashioned pig to be the king of beasts and would rather order or cook a great pork dish over any other meat!
Pork belly curry loosely based on a recipe from Sri Lanka that’s loaded with black pepper, tamarind and whole slow-cooked garlic cloves.
Chicken and chorizo sausage pasta bake loaded with buffalo mozzarella and a delicious golden breadcrumb and parmesan cheese topping.
Devilled sausages in a spicy Worcestershire sauce, cayenne pepper, Marmite and English mustard gravy loaded with golden onions and garlic.
Brown sugar pork chops baked in a rich and indulgent sauce flavoured with loads of garlic and fresh thyme is the perfect midweek dinner.
The fry up or full English breakfast is the stuff of legends and source of many arguments, this is how I make my King of hangover cures.
These cheese and bacon turnovers are loosely based on a pastry from Greggs, mine turns up the flavour with a big dollop of Branston Pickle.
Kotlet schabowy is a Polish breaded schnitzel, lean pork loin is bashed thin & marinated in milk before being coated & fried until golden.
Brassói aprópecsenye is a wonderfully comforting Hungarian dish that combines crispy potatoes with pork tenderloin, bacon & lots of garlic.
Slow cooker sausages in a wonderful BBQ sauce with mustard & onions is a wonderfully sweet & sticky dish that will please young and old alike.