Miso Macerated Pork with Honey &Garlic

29 Sep

Delicious Leftover Finger Sandwiches with pork left over from the previous night.

Miso Macerated Pork

1 ( 1 kg ) piece of pork loin

3-4 tbsp of miso paste

2 tbsp of honey

3 chopped cloves of garlic

2-3 tbsp of soy sauce

Method

Mix together miso, honey, garlic and soy sauce to make the marinade, rub the pork with the marinade until it’s all covered. Keep in a plastic bag or air-tight container over night. Next day put your pork in a pan and cover tightly in aluminum foil, when you are ready to cook your pork switch the oven on full whack ( 250 C), when the pork has been in the oven for 15-20 min put the temperature down to 120 C ¬†and roast for about 3-4 hours. Keep checking the pork until very tender and it literally falls apart.

For sandwiches, slice nice white bread, smother bottom of bread with blackcurrant jelly, put some pulled pork on, and top it off with some fresh watercress.

 

Enjoy xx

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