Sunday, 30 January 2011

Homemade Pork Chop with Mascarpone Peas

Oh is the weekend, which means I have got time to do somemore 'cooking of new dishes'! I accidentally came across this new recipe from a cooking show while reading some news articles online.

A very eash dish to make yet very delicious!

Pork Chop with Mascarpone Peas served with homemade chips.

Pork chops seasoned with salt, pepper and dried sage. Left for a couple of hours before cooking. 

Chop up a few sprigs of flat leaf parsley to be used in frying the pork chops and in making the sauce.
Potatoes cut into thick slices then boiled until soft. Boiled potatoes were then sifted to roughen the edges. Put the potato slices onto a baking tray with some garlic cloves. Season with paprika powder, salt, pepper, drizzle some olive oil then bake until brown and crispy.

Heat up 2 teapoons of butter with  2 tablespoons of olive oil in big frying pan/wok.

Fry the pork chops for 3-4 minutes each side until brown. Add some chopped parsley to the pork chops.

 The pork chops were plated and juice from the pan was poured onto the chops then left to rest.

While the pork chops are 'resting'. Make the mascarpone peas sauce.

Like before, heat up butter with olive oil then cook the peas with the rest of chopped parsley on high heat.

Season the peas with salt and pepper then add mascarpone cheese. Switch off the cooker and mashed the peas into the mascarpone cheese.

Dinner is ready! Simple and easy to make.

The chips were really tasty because it was roasted with lots of garlic cloves and well seasoned. Crispy on the outside with a soft centre as the chips were boiled before being roasted.

The pork chops were juicy and tender served with a very nice and rich mascarpone peas sauce.

Pork chop with chips

With mascarpone and peas

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