- 500 grams pork (lean diced)
- 300 grams baby carrots (scrubbed)
- 1 onion (diced)
- 2 sticks celery (finely sliced)
- 250 milliliters apple cider
- 150 milliliters chicken stock
- 2 teaspoons dried thyme
|Calories280Calories from Fat80|
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|Calories from Fat80|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jade Dally 18 days ago
this was so yummy and really easy to make. the pork was falling apart. i used half the amount of thyme and two tablespoons would of been way too much. also as other people have said, it does need corn flower in it to thicken it up. i served ours with mash made up of potatoes and parsnips with butter, black pepper, salt and a little milk. sorry for the picture, it was that nice i had eaten half of it before i remembered to take the pic. give it a go, you won't be disappointed
Claire Sidley 9 Sep 2018
Easy to do, enjoyable
Conch 9 Aug 2018
This was ok, but the pork ended up dry, As per other reviews I also had to thicken with cornflour. I found thyme quantity too much.
Dorian 19 May 2018
Made this and thickened with thickening granules. Easy and popular with mash and green beans. One to make again.
Neil A. 2 Apr 2018
was really nice and comforting meal so good with Mashed potatoes did thicken the juice with cornflour to make a thicker gravy and Added some caramelized apple rings
Chloe 22 Mar 2018
The sauce was very watery so I added cornflower an hour before serving. I also added a spoonful of apple chutney....yum!
Adam 20 Feb 2018
So good. The pork really took on the apple flavour. If I’d have had any cornflour in I think I’d have made a gravy out of the stock left as o was a bit watery. Went great with mashed spuds!
Gillie 24 Jan 2018
A very wholesome easy to prepare family meal. I added a tub of sour cream at the end which added to the taste perfectly.