Pork Potato Soup
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Pork Potato Soup

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Serves 6

A hearty potato and pork soup with cabbage.

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Ingredients

  • 1tbsp of olive oil
  • 2 small chopped onions
  • 1000 g of peeled quartered potatoes
  • 400 g of thinly shredded cabbage
  • 1L of vegetable stock
  • 300g of pork steak

Method

    1. Slice the onions. Cut the pork steak in cubes of 1cm. Peel the potatoes, wash and cut them in quarters.
    2. Add the oil to the pan (preferably a glass pan ) over medium heat and fry the onions. When the onions start to become tender add the pork cubes . Stir from time to time until they loose their pink color.
    3. Add the potatoes and fry for few minutes. Add the vegetable stock and top it with hot water until you cover the potatoes.
    4. Bring it to a boil and simmer for 15 min or until the potatoes are tender.
    5. Blend with a hand mixer. Add the cabbage and simmer for 5 min.
    6. Turn off the heat and leave it standing on the stove until the cabbage is tender. Reheat before serving.Garnish as desired.

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