|Sat Fat 2.8g||14%|
Preheat oven to 190°C/170°C fan.
In a bowl mix the cubed potato, red onion, apple, parsnips and thyme with olive oil and salt and
pepper. Add to a lined baking tray, place in the oven and roast for 30 minutes. Remove the apple from the tray and set aside.
Heat a heavy based pan, season the pork chops and cook over a high heat for 2 mins each side, until golden (sear fat side too). Remove to a plate, and then add the apple slices to the pan to brown.
Remove the veg from the oven, add the apple slices and cider vinegar and toss to mix. Top with the pork chops and return to the oven for a further 10 minutes.
2 fluffy potatoes (such as Maris Piper), cubed
1 red onion, sliced in wedges
1 tart, green, eating apple, cut into 8 wedges (ideal for this recipe would be Granny Smith)
2 small parsnips, quartered lengthways
3-4 sprigs thyme
1tbsp olive oil
2 large pork chops, on the bone, rind removed
1tbsp cider vinegar
A really simple salad to put together - why not serve alongside a BBQ with grilled chicken breast and a nice glass of white?
Experience a blend of smooth and soft textures in this flavoursome treat of a meal. The combination of spice, the creamy consistency and the indulgent runniness of the accompanying eggs is like nothing else!
Adding the beef into the Lyonnaise makes this dish so simple to make, plus it saves on the washing up!
"The first time I discovered smoked paprika was on roast potatoes served as tapas with smoked paprika mayonnaise. Before then, I'd assumed chorizo was spiced with plain paprika and then the whole sausage was smoked. It was a revelation and I've had a long lasting smoked paprika period since then. I serve the potatoes and pepper mixture with lamb as a little celebration of Spring."
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