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Haitian Pork Chops & Sauce Ti-Malice

Gotta love French cooking that's been modified by the time it hit the colonies overseas. This again from Ray McVinnie. Cook time doesn't include marinating.

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  • Mix the marinade ingredients well (orange juice to olive oil) and marinate pork in this, overnight preferably (or minimum 2 hours).
  • Preheat the oven to 180°C.
  • When ready to cook, put the chops into a large ovenproof dish, pour marinade over the top & bake for one hour, or until the liquid has evaporated & the meat is well cooked and browned.
  • Sauce - mix onion, shallots and lime & set aside for 2 hours.
  • Add other ingredients, put into small saucepan & bring to the boil. Remove from heat & cool.
  • Remove meat from oven, serve with rice or sweet potato (kumara) and sauce Ti-malice.
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"Gotta love French cooking that's been modified by the time it hit the colonies overseas. This again from Ray McVinnie. Cook time doesn't include marinating."
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  1. bigbadbrenda
    This was very good and spicey. I found the sauce a bit to spicey for me but my husband loved it. I will make this again for sure.
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  2. LilKiwiChicken
    Gotta love French cooking that's been modified by the time it hit the colonies overseas. This again from Ray McVinnie. Cook time doesn't include marinating.
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