Mid-week Pork Supper

Roasted pork steaks with apple and mustard


4 pork steaks

2 apples (pink lady/granny smith etc.)

2 teaspoons of Dijon mustard

Tablespoon of honey

2 tablespoons of soy sauce

Salt and pepper


In an oven proof dish ( I use a glass pyrex one), add the soy sauce, mustard and honey. Now place the pork steak in this and turn over until well coated. Now leave this to one side while you cut and core your apples into 8ths, or however many you can be bothered to do. Add these to the oven proof dish and move the steak to lay on top of the apple slices. Place in a preheated oven for 25-30 minutes. After 15 minutes turn the steaks. The steak should be moist and tender and the apples should be golden brown. This recipe creates its own gravy/dressing. I have served this in a flat bread with a crunch salad with a drizzle of mustard. It would also work brilliantly with some nice creamy mash potato and some crunchy veg. This also works as a summer dish (laid on a robust crunchy salad). Leftovers can be good for a packed lunch.



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