Screenshot of websforwellbeing.com
Brilliant ethical web company
Worried about your business in the current climate? WebsforWellbeing.com is one of the Uks first ever not for profit web companies. We build websites at not for profit prices. Click here to find out if you might qualify for us to build you a website at a not for profit price instead of the usual web prices.
Main Menu Button
lunarpages.com
Need great hosting?

meat and fish | hot pork salad

Serves 2

Tasty, impressive and fast - what more could you want?

Wheat free, dairy free, nut free version...

Ingredients...

Dressing:

Optional:

Method...

  1. Mix together your salad leaves and any optional salad items of your choice, in a large serving bowl.
  2. Dry fry the pork until browned and cooked through.
  3. Combine the dressing ingredients, add to the pan and stir together.
  4. Pour over the salad and serve.

Maybe serve with...

Freshly cooked new potatoes or a side serving of pasta, hot or cold

For those able to eat fish ...

A darker fish, such as mackerel, could be used as a substitute for the pork, though I would be tempted to use freshly cooked sardines.

For those able to eat wheat...

Roughly ripped crusty bread would be ideal

If you have pork leftover, see the coconut lamb or pork. If you have salad ingredients leftover, see Mediterranean skewers, multi-purpose salmon, grapefruit chicken, easy salmon croquettes(with simple crushed raspberry coulis), seared lamb with quick mint dressing, spicy chicken thighs, cheat's lasagne, a canoe of courgette with sweet pepper sauce and a savoury twist on afternoon tea. If you have herbs leftover, see mushroom provençal, Nanny Dot’s cawl, carrot and coriander soup, speedy chicken parcels and lightly spiced chickpea burgers.


If you have enjoyed this recipe, please consider making a donation to Ukuthasa

Copyright ©2005-2009 Dame Fandango Healthy Inclusive Recipes