Showing posts with label Western Pork Dish. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Western Pork Dish. Show all posts

Monday, 23 September 2013

Grilled Orange Rosemary Pork Chop

Hello peeps! It's Monday again and I hope you won't be having any "blues" today. For the start of the week, I am sure something quick and easy to prepare for dinner will be great. Here I have a "one pan" dish recipe to share with you which I get the inspiration from Irene ( who is a beautiful and capable modern woman. Do check up her blog for tips in beauty, travel and food reviews too.


This is a pretty straight forward recipe which don't required much chopping, cutting or slicing. All you need to do is to marinate the pork chop with a few ingredients like orange juice, rind, cider vinegar, honey and rosemary. Put them into a ziplock bag, pop into the fridge and off you go for your work, spa, shopping and etc.  When you are back, place them on grill or oven and cook till it is ready to be served.

Thursday, 6 October 2011

Pork Schnitzel And Apple Salad

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Salad isn't just some mixture of vegetables, mixed fruits, pasta and etc with dressings. Sometime it can be consider as a Main Meal with additions of meat and seafood to make it more nutritious and family meal. Here we have Pork Schnitzel to go with some salad green and crunchy apples for combination of textures and flavour. And for me I find this is also a good way to get kids to eat vegetables and fruits with that extra slices of yummy pork schnitzel that goes with it.


(serves: 4 | Preparation: 20 minutes | Cooking: 5 minutes)

4 Pork Sirloin Steaks, fat trimmed
1/2 Tablespoon Cornflour
1/2 Tablespoon Cooking Wine 
1 Egg, lightly beaten
1 Cup breadcrumbs or Panko
1/3 Cup Olive Oil
2 Green Apple, cored, halved and thinly sliced
1 Packet Ready-to-serve Salad Green with dressing

Mustard Dressing:
Some Mayonnaise
Some Wholegrain/Creamy Mustard Sauce

1. Using a meat mallet, pound pork slices evenly to 5mm thick. Marinate it with cornflour, cooking wine and lightly beaten egg for about 3 - 5 minutes.

2. Coat marinated pork slices evenly with breadcrumbs by pressing the meat down against the crumbs.

3. Heat oil in a frying pan on medium heat, cook pork schnitzel for 3 minutes on each side or until golden and cooked through. Drain well on paper towels.

4. Meanwhile, toss the pre-packed salad with accompany dressing before transferring them to a serving plate and top with apple slices. (you can soak apple slices with some lightly salted water to prevent it from oxidized and turns brown)

5. Next thickly slice pork and arrange on salad and drizzle mustard dressing over pork and serve.

Overall this can be a very flexible dish as you can use different types of salad green as well as changing the Pork Schnitzel to Chicken or Fish fillet depending on what is available in your pantry. And if you find it is a trouble to prepare Pork Schnitzel you can also purchase those ready-made(frozen type) and oven baked them according to the packet instructions.

Wednesday, 12 April 2006

Hawaiian Pork Chop

You must be surprised to hear this name... Hawaiian Pork Chop.... So what is the first thing that come into your mind??? Pineapple or Ham....... Because usually when you hear the word "Hawaiian" you will sure think of Pineapple.....

This dish is rather special to us as in a way that we had only tried the Hawaiian Pizza but not on something like pork.... So today I decided to make this Hawaiian Pork Chop with some extra side dish like Baked Corn, Salad, Fries and Bread. And... This Pork Chop dish do taste something like Hawaiian Pizza... Just that it don't have the pizza crusts at the bottom.....

4 Large Pork Chops With Bone
1 Small Can of Pineapple Pieces In Syrup, drained
100g Shaved Ham, roughly chopped
2 Teaspoons Dried Oregano/Italian Herbs
2 Medium Tomatoes, finely chopped
1 Cup Grated Cheese
Green Salad, to serve
2-4 Baked Corns

1. Preheat oven to 200 degree, place chops into a large ovenproof baking dish.
2. Drained the pineapple pieces and finely chopped.
3. Mix together the pineapple, ham, dried herbs, tomatoes, salt and pepper.
4. Spoon mixture onto chops and sprinkle with some cheese.
5. Baked chops for 25 - 30 minutes depend on the thickness or until cooked through.
6. Serve with salad, fries, baked corns or etc.....

Notes: Wash and clean the corn, spread some butter on it and wrap with foil then bake together with the chops until done. Posted by Picasa

Monday, 25 July 2005

Pork Cutlets And Caramelised Apples

Saw this recipe from one of my old collection food magazine. It's rather simple and easy to prepare without hash. All you need are some Pork Cutlets(depends on the number of serves), fresh apples and Apple Cider Vinegar. The taste of this dish is rather sweet because of the apples.... you should give it a try.... it will sure make you.... WOW!!!!

Ingredients: (serves 2)
2 Pork Cutlets
1 Teaspoon Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Brown sugar
20g Butter
1 Apple(halved, cored and cut into wedges)
1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar

1. Season the pork with some pepper, wine and soya sauce. Heat the olive oil in a non-stick frying pan over medium heat and add pork cutlets and cook for 5-7 minutes on each side. Transfer to a plate and cover with foil to rest.
2. Add the brown sugar and butter to the frying pan and melt over low heat. Add apple wedges and cooks, turning occasionally for 3-4 minutes on each side or until golden.
3. Add the cider vinegar and cook for another 1-2 minutes or until heated through.
4. Serve pork cutlet with apples and sauce together with some steam vegetables, fries or mash potatoes. Posted by Picasa


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