This recipe was a total experiment, and I was so pleased that it worked! I wanted to use the acidity and flavour of the rhubarb to produce an incredible sauce in which to stew that tough old bit of pork, the belly, until deliciously tender. The pieces of pork were then wok-fried until crisp and served with the rhubarb sauce and some simply cooked noodles – bloody hell, what a dish! It's a winner. PS You should be able to get hold of interesting cresses at any good supermarket.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 948kcal
- Carbs 19.9g
- Sugar 19.2g
- Fat 88.6g
- Saturates 32.3g
- Protein 16.9g
This recipe is adapted from:
Jamie at Home
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