Pork and beans

This is a dish I’d not had for several years, my wife not being a fan of cheap meat, but while in Aldi this morning I spotted some diced pork. It was not on the shopping list but I bought a pack anyway.

The meat was dry fried before stirring it into a Pyrex containing two tins of beans. To this was added black pepper, garlic, mustard and mixed herbs before putting it in the fridge for a couple of hours allowing the flavours to infuse.

The dish was placed in the hot oven for 40 minutes after I’d cooked the kids’ tea. I would normally have served it with freshly baked bread but the kids had left quite a bit of their pizzas so I dunked their crusts in the beans instead.

A chilli-free meal but the pepper, garlic and mustard work together adding to flavour of the pork beautifully.


About Bob Hughes

Ex railwayman, life long railway modeller, lover of real ale and spicy food.
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