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Pork and Apple Casserole

Pork and Apple Casserole

Pork and apple have long been known as a perfect match, and this recipe is no exception. Accompanied with a simple garlic mash, you can’t beat this home-cooked meal.

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Preparation Time:
10 minutes
Cooking Time:
1 hour
Serves:
4

Ingredients

500 g diced pork
1 onion, sliced
1 Braeburn apple, peeled and sliced
420 g can Wattie's Condensed Tomato Soup with Diced Tomatoes
1 Tbsp balsamic vinegar
1/2 cup chicken stock or water
1 sprig fresh sage
1/2 bulb garlic
700 g bag Wattie's Steam N' Mash Potato
1/2 cup milk
25 g butter, melted
Pork and Apple Casserole

Method

1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Heat a dash of oil in a flameproof casserole dish. Add the diced pork pieces and brown over high heat. Remove from dish and set aside.

2. Add the sliced onions and continue cooking until they start to soften. Add the apple slices and cook a further minute. Return the pork to the pan.

3. Stir in Wattie’s Condensed Tomato Soup with Diced Tomatoes, balsamic vinegar and stock. Bring to the boil. Add sage. Cover, transfer to oven and cook for 1 hour or until meat is tender.

Roasted Garlic

4. While the casserole is cooking wrap the garlic in foil and place in the oven on the shelf with the casserole. Roast for 15-20 minutes or until the garlic is soft. Allow to cool. Squeeze the garlic paste out of the cloves and set aside.

5. Microwave the Wattie’s frozen Steam 'n' Mash according to packet directions. Mash the potatoes. Add milk, melted butter, chives and roasted garlic paste. Mix well. Serve with the casserole and extra seasonal vegetables on the side.

Tip!

Add 1/4 teaspoon dried sage in place of fresh or use thyme or bay leaf if preferred.

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