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October 13, 2005

Pork, Mozzarella and Pesto Parcels

Writing about web page http://www.sainsbury.co.uk/food/foodandfeatures/sainsburysmagazine_november/recipeidea/takeonemakeone.htm

I found this recipe in the Sainsburys magazine. Its always interesting to take a recipe and make it my own.

Simply, take a thin fillet of pork and flatten it a little more with a rolling pin. Spread a layer of pesto onto the fillet and then add a slice or two of mozzarella. Roll it up (not that easy since the pesto and mozarella tends to ooze out if you put too much in as I did). Keep it together with a cocktail stick or two, season it and fry for about 6 minutes on each side in olive oil, adding white wine to the pan for a few minutes. I found it needed more cooking than suggested.

Serve over a bed of warmed cannelloni beans added to a blend of olive oil, lemon juice/garlic and parsley. I added a red pepper for a bit of colour to the mixture.

Serve with rocket leaves. The pork, pesto and mozzarella is a great combination, and the beans and salad complement it well, balancing its richness.


November 01, 2004

Pumpkin pie

Having been very kindly given a home-grown pumpkin (thanks Carol), I decided to do something traditional with it. I'm not a big pie maker but I found a recipe: 2 cups of pureed pumpkin; a pot of double cream; some milk; three eggs; brown and white sugar;cinnamon and nutmeg, inside the usual pastry crust. It was very rich and sweet (even though I put less sugar in than was suggested) but actually quite tasty, and went down well with the hoardes at Sunday lunch.

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