Sunday, 21 July 2013

A Recipe

Back to recipes today, and here's one for a piece of Pork Tenderloin. But first, get out to the garden and pick some broad and runner beans.

 Next, take your Pork, give it a rinse and put it in a dish with some olive oil,

 Next sprinkle some dry Sage and Onion Stuffing mix over it (I used Sourdough breadcrumbs, but however you like it)
Then cover with foil and put it in a 200 degree oven for about 40 minutes. The potatoes are already in.

 And here's the roasties at the end of that time, spot the parsnips and Onion, (I love roast onion, and Yorkshire Pud!)

 Have a look at the pork, here's my piece. it should be cooked, but just cut it in half to make sure it's cooked through

And it looks fine. Now its just a case of plating it up.



Meanwhile a couple of pix from Friday at work, this is alongside at Dagenham, looking down river.

And this one at Erith, outbound.

Must dash, Sourdough to go in the Oven.

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