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Roast Pork

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Roast Pork

Post  sdmcc on 02.01.10 20:45

Just had my first Halogen cooker meal and very impressed!

Took a 3 pound boned and rolled Pork leg joint, washed and lightly rubbed over with olive oil, then (a useful tip however you cook pork) rubbed Balsamic Vinegar into the scored fat as it reacts to improve crispness, slight sprinkling of sea salt and then placed on lower trivet and started at 200 C for twenty minutes. Turned down to 180 and set for another 70 minutes. Peeled and cut roasting potatoes, lightly coated in oil and added them around pork with fifty minutes to go.

Prepped Sprouts and Broccoli and as we prefer them al dente, boiled the sprouts with 6/7 mins to go, broccoli less.With more experience will do the whole meal in the cooker.

Absolutely amazed at result----Pork was moist and succulent, the crackling was unbelievably good, crisp and crunchy but not over fatty we almost convinced ourselves that it was a health food. The potatoes were golden brown and dry and fluffy inside and there was a wonderful deposit of juices at the base of the bowl which made a most attractive addition to the dogs' meals---would have been gravy but on the Xmas excess reduction track.

Overall opinion was that we felt we had eaten a healthy roast meal and am already planning my next menu, to the keen approval of my lady friend

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Re: Roast Pork

Post  Admin on 03.01.10 14:15

Another satisfied customer Very Happy

Thank you for sharing Steve.

So many gentlemen seem to enjoy cooking for their lady friends using the Halogen Oven.

I think it's all very romantic

:heart:

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Pork Crackling

Post  kellybarb44 on 25.02.10 17:48

I must say this sounds just perfect and am going to try it as we are all great fans of pork and crackling, great tip regarding the balsamic vinegar ta.

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Re: Roast Pork

Post  aerotec on 11.08.11 11:33

Mmm that does sound tasty!

I have a new Halogen Oven still in its box but hoping to try it out tonight with a simple roast chicken.

I then have a piece of pork belly that I am keen to halogen cook as I want it nice and crispy. Can anyone give me a rough idea of timings for this cut so I don't dry it out.

Thanks!

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Post  Admin on 11.08.11 22:37

Hi Aerotec,

Stevemcc has given the timing for his recipe.

It's easy to keep an eye on the roast through the glass bowl - to stop it drying out during roasting.

You will find more pork recipes in the A to Z of recipes

Good Luck

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Post  P4T on 15.04.12 15:39

Thanks, just what I was looking for tonight's meal. Will definitely try out your balsamic vineger tip Smile

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