Pan seared pork & apple
Garlic butter seared pork with roasted root vegetables and sauteed apples
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 5 days
630 calories per person
Mediterranean, Gluten Free, Soya Free, High in protein
Suitable for home freezing with the exception of the baby kale
To maximise freshness put the raw pork straight into the freezer on arrival. Defrost when needed in a couple of minutes in the microwave.
- The Root vegetables
For best results:
Preheat oven to 400F. Transfer tray of vegetables to baking tray, leave rosemary whole,
season with salt & pepper, roast for 15-20 mins or until soft.
For speedy results:
Season vegetables in tray with salt & pepper, leave rosemary whole, microwave on full power for 6-7
minutes or until soft
- Season pork with salt & pepper. Heat a dessert spoon of oil in large pan. Cook pork for 3 minutes on each side. Add the garlic butter for the last minute of cooking, basting the pork.
- Add baby kale/spinach to pan, turn off heat, toss in garlic butter for 20 seconds then serve immediately
- Serve pork with apple saute, root vegetables & kale
Pork loin (All natural from United States), Apples, Butternut squash, Carrot, Sweet potato, Red onion, Baby kale, Butter, Sugar, Olive oil, Lemon zest, Lemon juice, Garlic, Rosemary, Parsley, Thyme
Calories 630, Fat 37g, Saturated fat 13g, Carbohydrates 40g, Protein 33g , Fibre 6g, Sodium 200mg
Neither my husband nor I were fond of the pork chops with apples. The apples had notes of lemon which I did not enjoy. While I like root vegetables, I am getting somewhat tired of them.
Enjoyed this simpl but flavorful pork dish
Very nice flavors. The apple sauté adds a nice zing and compliments nicely. The vegetables needed microwaving to speed things along, but cooked nicely. The kale wilted in the garlic butter was excellent and the only kale my husband has ever eaten. Will be ordering again.
We loved this meal! The flavors were so complimentary to each other. As others have said, it was a pleasant surprise to taste the complexity of flavors in this completed dish! Definitely recommend this five star dish.
This is very much comfort food, but elevated. The herb butter sauce with the pork and squash is just lovely, and gives it a nice kick. The apples are tart and flavorful. All the flavors marry well together. Honestly one of my favorites and craveable.