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    Get a little PORK on your fork!

    Pork's cheap in Aus so we eat quite a lot of it.
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    I made this last night-based on a recipe from my cookbook World Food India. The recipe used 4 tablespoons of mustard oil, but I can’t get that and used vegetable oil (I managed using only 2 tablespoons too). I used mustard seeds but I think the heat in this dish probably comes from the mustard oil-it wasn’t quite spicy enough for us. I used 2 seeded chillies and I think that resulted in a mild to medium dish. Next time I’ll leave the seeds in. I also have limited pantry space, so am travelling with ground spices-the original recipe used whole. But it tasted great! Note an Australian tablespoon contains 4 teaspoons.

    Recipe #178870

    I’ve been craving meatloaf for days, but no longer have an oven as we travel Australia in our 4WD and caravan. I thought about it and decided I could do it in our electric frying pan. Mine is a large one (about 12 inches by 10 and is deep too). I put a wire rack (from our tiny broiler) in it and filled the bottom with water to a depth of about 1 inch. I made my meatloaf mix and put it on an oval heatproof Corelle platter; then turned the frying pan to its hottest setting and brought the water to the boil. Put the meatloaf on its platter on the rack, put the lid on and cook on high. It took 1 ½ hours to cook and I topped up the water once; then I let it cook with no water for about the final ½ hour. This was a great success and I almost think it made a better meatloaf than my oven used to!

    Recipe #190588

    IPork is one of the cheapest meats we can buy in Australia so I am always on the lookout for ways to use it-especially curried. This one was a good one we thought.

    Recipe #190592

    I don’t know if you can get pickled pork outside Australia, but it’s quite common here. My mum used to by a piece of it every year for Christmas, but we buy it about once a month as it’s pretty cheap and great cold on sandwiches. It’s very similar to corned beef which we also cook for lunch meat so I came up with this way of cooking it to give it a flavour of its own. We love it still warm with a German type potato salad and mustard on the first night.

    Recipe #191626

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