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Chinese style Pig in Boots

Silly name? Yes. Tasty? Yes! There was a piece of butterflied Pork Loin in the discount fridge an the supermarket and at £1.73 I though we could make something just a bit different with it. We had an Asian style dinner a few days ago so we had various bits & bobs to use up. So a bit of a fusion dish came to mind. A Beef-less Wellington crossed with hot Sushi sort of gig…..

Ingredients:-

Pork Loin, butterflied and flattened
Polish Salmon Pate
Dried Seaweed ( Dulce ), soaked to rehydrate
2 Eggs, beaten for an Egg wash
½ a White Onion, sliced and 3 cloves of Garlic, minced
Gluten free Bread, processed for Breadcrumbs
Hot Chilli powder
Oil to fry

Method:-

(1) Gently fry the sliced Onion until translucent add the minced Garlic and fry over a low heat for a further 2 minutes.
(2) Set aside to cool.
(3) Mix the Breadcrumbs and Chilli and set aside.
(4) With a sharp knife cut two further slits through the thickest part of the meat so that you can open the fillet out flat. Batter it with a rolling pin if it won’t play.
(5) Spread the Pate over the inner surface of the meat so that you have an even layer about 4mm deep.
(6) Add a line of the Onions / Garlic in the centre of the meat stopping just short of the ends.
(7) Add a similar line of the Seaweed over the Onion / Garlic.
(8) Roll the fillet up so the there is a slight overlap and all the filling is encased.
(9) Coat on all sides with Egg wash and coat with Breadcrumbs.
(10) Lay of an over tray and place in a preheated oven at 170c.
(11) Cook uncovered for 25 to 30 minutes until the Breadcrumbs are starting to brown. If you have a probe you are looking for 75c in the middle of the roll. Don’t over cook as Pork fillet can become quite tough if it’s over done.

We served ours on a bed of stir-fried Vegetables and Rice noodles dress with Fish and Soy Sauce.

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