Pork Steak with Clapshot
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Pork Steak with Clapshot

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Serves 4

Clapshot is classic Scottish dish using swede, carrots and potatoes. This version gives you 3,5 Weightwatchers points.

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  • 200 gr potatoes
  • 200 gr swede
  • 200 gr carrots
  • 1 onion
  • 30 gr Philadelphia low fat soft cheese
  • 4 lean pork steaks (each 150 gr)
  • Optional
  • 1/4 pint semi skimmed milk
  • 1 egg yoak
  • butter can replace the soft cheese
  • Weightwatchers
  • 3,5 points per serving (150 gr Clapshot + 1 pork steak)


    1. Peel the potatoes, swede and carrots. Chop them all in equal cubes and boil separately.
    2. Glaze the chopped onion till soft.
    3. Preheat the oven using the grill program.
    4. Drain the boiled potatoes, swede and carrots and mash. Add the glazed onions and milk and mash till desired consistency.
    5. Season with pepper and nutmeg.
    6. Spread the mash in an oven dish and put under the grill until lightly browned around the edges.
    7. While the clapshot is under the grill, cook the pork steaks.

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