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As per your request: This is a very simple dish and quite tasty. Serves 3-4. Cooking time: 45 mins 2 pounds pork (shoulder or bacon - definitely NOT the leg or chops) 1 cup red dry wine 3 Tsp dry coriander salt pepper 1 cup vegetable oil (for extra taste use 1/2 cup veg oil and 1/2 cup olive oil) Cut the pork in bite size cubes. Heat oil in frying pan, until hot but not smoking. Add pork. Stir for 2 or 3 minutes. Add salt and pper to your taste. Reduce heat, cover and simmer untill all water is absorbed. (this is essential to achive meat tenderness). In the meantime crash coriander and mix with red wine. When meat is done, strain all oil and return to stove. Empty wine/coriander mixture and keep cooking for a few minutes until alcohol has evaporated. Serve over rice, or mashed potatoes, or with french fries. Andreas

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(posted January 18, 2005)

As per your request: This is a very
simple dish and quite tasty. Serves
3-4. Cooking time: 45 mins

2 pounds
pork (shoulder or bacon - definitely NOT the leg or chops)
1 cup red
dry wine
3 Tsp
dry coriander
salt
pepper
1 cup vegetable oil (for extra taste use 1/2 cup veg oil and 1/2 cup
olive oil)

Cut the
pork in bite size cubes. Heat oil in frying
pan, until hot but not smoking. Add pork. Stir for 2 or 3 minutes. Add salt and pper to your taste. Reduce heat, cover and simmer untill all water is absorbed. (this is essential to achive meat tenderness). In the meantime crash coriander and mix with red wine. When meat is done, strain all oil and return to stove. Empty wine/coriander mixture and keep cooking for a few minutes until alcohol has evaporated.

Serve over
rice, or mashed potatoes, or with french
fries.

Andreas


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