Stewed Pork and Beans, an easy to prepare and delicious pork dish


Stewed Pork and beans is a great way to prepare pork, can be eaten with just about any starch. Rice and peas completes the dish, with some sliced tomatoes. An old-fashioned dish, economically and full of goodness. Potato Salad is also a great side dish to enhance your pork and beans. A lot of other pork recipes are also available.



STEWED PORK AND BEANS

INGREDIENTS:

6-8 servings

4lb pork leg
¼ cup escallion finely chopped
¼ tbsp scotch bonnet pepper, diced
¼ cup onion, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
6 whole pimento berry
1 pinch salt
1 tsp allspice
2 tbsp vegetable oil
½ tbsp grated ginger
2 tsp thyme minced
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp butter
1 tbsp ketchup

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INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1: Cut meat in medium pieces. Wash and drain.

Step 2: Add all ingredients to pork except butter, ketchup and oil. Let marinate for 2 hours, but for best results let marinate overnight.

Step 3: Cover and let cook until water is desired. Add 2 cups of water, butter and ketchup and continue cooking, stir occasionally until water is dried down.

Step 4: Check the tenderness of meat and add more water if desired.

Step 5: When meat is tender enough, and have enough sauce, turn of flame. Do not allow water to be dried completely as the sauce will not be enough to enhance the meat.

Step 6: Add 1 can of butter beans to meat and stir. Serve as desired.

POTATO SALAD

INGREDIENTS:

1 lb potato
1 finely diced red pepper (without seeds)
1 tsp finely chopped fresh basil
1 tbsp salad cream
½ tbsp mayonnaise
¼ sugar

INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1: Boil potatoes until tender but still firm. Drain and cool, cut in cubes and place in a medium salad bowl.

Step 2: Add red pepper, basil, mayonnaise, sugar and salad cream to potato. Stir until the mixture is well combined.

Step 3: Serve with your Pork and Beans.









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