Pork with pickled rhubarb and crushed pink peppercorns with roasted pepper cup filled with root veg in a tarragon butter

Pork with pickled rhubarb and crushed pink peppercorns with roasted pepper cup filled with root veg in a tarragon butter

Pork with pickled rhubarb and crushed pink peppercorns with roasted pepper cup filled with root veg in a tarragon butter

I know more accomplished chefs out there would balk at the fact I’m using tins and frozen vegetables/meat, but I also know that many others are also on a budget where tins and frozen food are economically the best solution. Fresh produce would be preferable but if you’re on a tight budget as this blogger is, this makes delicious eating anyway!

(serves 2)

1 tin of rhubarb

1 tsp. crushed pink peppercorns

1 tsp. Dufrais white wine vinegar

2 green peppers (top cut off and inside removed

2 cups of frozen mixed root vegetables

1 tsp. salted butter

1/2 tsp. tarragon

2 pork shoulder fillets

pre-heat oven to 240.

Roast the pepper cups in the oven for  15ms.

In a small pot add the drained rhubarb, sprinkle in the crushed pink peppercorns and vinegar and simmer for 10ms.

Boil the frozen mixed root vegetables in hot water for 10ms. Drain then add the butter and tarragon and cook for a further 5ms.

Once you’ve drained the vegetables you can heat the griddle and place the pork in and cook for 5ms each side.

Whilst the pork is cooking take out the roasted pepper cups and fill with the tarragon root vegetables and place on plate. Then you can add the pork when cooked, and spoon the pickled rhubarb to the side and sprinkle some more pink peppercorns over to garnish.

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