Pan Fried Pork with Pickle and Cocoa Honey Sauce

Adding a bit of cocoa powder will soften the sourness of the pickle.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Serves 1 Prep: 15 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pork loin fillet 1
Branston Pickle 3 tbsp
Cocoa powder 1 tsp
Honey 1 tbsp
Vegetable oil 1 tbsp
White wine 2 tbsp

Method

1
Remove the excess fat from the pork and rub with a mixture of the pickle and cocoa powder on both sides. Keep marinated for 15 minutes.
2
Remove the pork cleanly from the marinade. Put the vegetable oil in a frying pan and heat up on medium, then fry the pork on both sides for 5 minutes in total.
3
Pour the white wine into the frying pan and burn off the alcohol. Add the marinade and the honey and mix well with the meat.
4
Fry for 3 minutes. It's ready! Transfer the pork onto a serving dish and cover with the sauce.
5
This is Branston Pickle, the Small Chunks variety. It's a well-known pickle in the UK that is often eaten in a sandwich with cheese. It's nice to use it as an ingredient!

Tips & Note

The oil and marinade might splash at Step 2, so take care to cover up.

Pan Fried Pork with Pickle and Cocoa Honey Sauce

Adding a bit of cocoa powder will soften the sourness of the pickle.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Serves 1

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pork loin fillet 1
Branston Pickle 3 tbsp
Cocoa powder 1 tsp
Honey 1 tbsp
Vegetable oil 1 tbsp
White wine 2 tbsp

Pan Fried Pork with Pickle and Cocoa Honey Sauce

Recipe ID :2548 Posted on 28 MAR 2017

Serves 1

Prep 15min
Cook 15min
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Adding a bit of cocoa powder will soften the sourness of the pickle.

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
15min
Cook
15min
1
Remove the excess fat from the pork and rub with a mixture of the pickle and cocoa powder on both sides. Keep marinated for 15 minutes.
2
Remove the pork cleanly from the marinade. Put the vegetable oil in a frying pan and heat up on medium, then fry the pork on both sides for 5 minutes in total.
3
Pour the white wine into the frying pan and burn off the alcohol. Add the marinade and the honey and mix well with the meat.
4
Fry for 3 minutes. It's ready! Transfer the pork onto a serving dish and cover with the sauce.
5
This is Branston Pickle, the Small Chunks variety. It's a well-known pickle in the UK that is often eaten in a sandwich with cheese. It's nice to use it as an ingredient!

Tips & Note

The oil and marinade might splash at Step 2, so take care to cover up.

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