Everyone likes easy recipes. And if you have little time to spend cooking or you come back late from work this recipe is for you!
We know how important it is to be able to cook something nice, quickly and have a proper meal when time is an issue!
Nutritional value of pork
Pork is a very good source of many Vitamins and Minerals and should be included in weekly basis in your diet. However ensure it is always quality BIO pork.
More than once a week is probably not recommended due to the potentially high amount of O6 (linoleic acid) content. Read the article on poly-unsaturated fat for more info.
Pork in PaperFoil
- 1 Blender
- 180 grams pork cut in small cubes
- 1 carrot cut in pieces
- 1 red pepper
- 6 brussel sprouts
- 2 garlic cloves
- 50 grams parsley
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- Heat the over to 180 C.
- Clean the garlic, peel the carrot and brussel sprouts. Wash the parsley and red pepper.
- Add the garlic, parsley, thymian, olive oil, lemon, salt pepper to the blender. Blend for a few seconds until you have a smooth creamy sauce.
- Prepare a pan with a couple of paper foil sheets and place the pork. Pour the sauce over the pork and mix.
- Add the vegetables to the mix.
- Wrap the foil tightly and place in the oven.
- Wait for 30 minutes and you are done! Enjoy!
- The pork cubes should be small enough to reduce cooking time.
- You can prepare the wrap in the morning, place in the fridge and cook when you are back!
- You can make individual foil wraps for every member of the family.
- Choose any vegetables you like.
- Add enough salt and pepper to the sauce since we are not adding any more apart from the sauce.