SWEET AND SOUR PORK

This “Real Chinese Taste” Sweet and Sour Pork was a free recipe handed out by Amoy Genuine Chinese Food sometime in the 70s.  No mention is made of cooking it in a wok as I doubt that any non-Asian cooks had one or in fact even knew what one was.  Guess Amoy thought they’d better just stick with a frying pan.

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DEVILLED PORK CHOPS

I know it’s a bit cold at the moment for barbecuing, but this is a great marinade for pork chops and you can always grill or pan fry them until the weather warms up a bit.

PORK CHOPS WITH PRUNES

Don’t think this recipe will be for everyone.  My family don’t like meat cooked with fruit and a whole lot of people don’t like prunes…..but…..if those two things don’t turn you off I think it could taste fairly good.  Don’t worry if you don’t have an oven bag just cook it in a greased casserole dish with a lid.

PORK CHOPS WITH POTATO CHUTNEY PARCELS

Pork is a great barbecued.  We usually just marinade it, but this recipe goes a step further by wrapping the marinades pieces in foil and adding potatoes and chutney.  I don’t think it really matters which cut of pork you use and if you don’t want to barbecue you can always cook it in the oven.

MEXICAN PORK MEATBALLS

This recipe comes from a Women’s Weekly segment entitled ‘Make-ahead Meatballs’. As it says it can be made the day before you need it and that can be really useful if you have a lot of people to cater for.  I also think the corn chips and sour cream make it a winner!