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BBQ Pork Rashers with Carrot & Potato Puree

by Kate Mate (follow)
Kate Mate
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This delicious meal is so simple. It takes time to make but it doesn't have a lot of steps so anyone can make this. If you don't like fat, this dish probably isn't for you. The fat is soft and chewy and I really like it, but there is a lot of it, and if you're the type of person to cut it off and just eat the meat, you will still be hungry afterwards.

Pork rashers with mash
BBQ pork rashers with my tasty vegetable purée.

Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 50 minutes
Makes: Serves 3-4

1 packet or pork rashers long or short
1 bottle of BBQ sauce (I used fountain brand)
1 large carrot
3 large potatoes
1 teaspoon of nuttelex or butter if you like
Salt and pepper to season

Boil water in a large sauce pan. Add in pork rashers and cook on high for 20 minutes.

Boiling the pork
Boiling the pork rashers for 20 minutes.

Remove rashers from the water and drain. If using the long rashers you can now cut them into two or three, it's easier than cutting them when they are raw.

Boiling the pork
Marinating the pork rashers.

Pour some BBQ sauce onto each rasher and spread it over with a pastry brush. Turn and do the same on the other side, covering each rasher completely.
On the smallest eye of your stove top turn on the heat to high and heat a non stick fry pan.
When hot, turn down to low and add in the pork rashers.

Boiling the pork
Pork rashers cooking on low heat.

Cook the pork rashers for 2-3 minutes and then turn. Baste more BBQ sauce onto the top side of the rasher.
Each time you turn the rashers, baste with more BBQ sauce.
Continue to turn every 2-3 minutes as the BBQ sauce contains sugar and they will burn. These need to cook for 20 minutes.
While that's happening peel and cut the carrot and potatoes and boil until soft.
Drain vegetables and add to a bowl with the salt and pepper and the nuttelex. Mix well to melt the nuttelex.
Using a stick blender purée the vegetables until smooth.
When the pork is done take off the heat and place two or three rashers on a plate with a big spoonful of purée and enjoy.

Boiling the pork
The best pork rashers to buy are these as they are all the same size.

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