Just about everyone gets excited when they see roast pork on the table. But even though a whole roasted shoulder is really impressive, it's actually a 'slam and go' recipe. Of course it's lovely served with roast potatoes and orchard apple sauce, but lately, I've been pulling all the meat apart and tossing it through this great jerk salsa – hell, yeah! The flavours of Jamaica and Britain really work well together – and actually many of the same spices found in jerk can also be found in some of the most quintessentially British puddings, syrups and even our beloved mulled wine. This is my version of jerk-dressed pork, and I love it.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 446kcal
- Carbs 9.0g
- Sugar 7.8g
- Fat 31.8g
- Saturates 9.3g
- Protein 28.3g
This recipe is from:
Jamie's Great Britain
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