Pork And Vegetables Stew
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Pork And Vegetables Stew

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Serves 4

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Ingredients

  • - 3 potatoes
  • - 5-6 carrots (you can use less than that if you don't like them)
  • - pork (I used 2 pork chops)
  • - 1 onion or 3 spring onions
  • - vegetables(I used some frozen vegetables, peppers, tomatoes and aubergine)
  • - salt pepper and a pork stock cube
  • - 2 tbsp of oil (if the meat has fat on it don't use the oil)
  • - parsley

Method

    1. Wash the meat with some cold water and cut it in cubs.
    2. Cut the vegetables as small or big as you want(you can use mushrooms) and put them in an oven tray with the meat and a pinch of salt and pepper. Mix the pork cube with a mug of warm water and pour it in with the meat.
    3. Cover the tray with aluminum foil and put it in the oven at 200°C/gas mark 6 for an hour. Remove the foil 20 minutes before is done.
    4. After you take it out of the oven sprinkle the parsley and mix everything together(I didn't have any parsley). ENJOY!!!

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