The idea of cooking a tough piece of pork in a lovely pepper stew to make it extremely tender and melt-in-your-mouth is something I find quite exciting. This dish in particular is one of my favourites and, unless you've got a strange aversion to chillies and peppers, I know you'll end up making it again and again. It's a complete classic. It's also one of those dishes which tastes great when reheated the day after it's been made. You've got a whole range of chilli and pepper flavours going on; from smoked paprika to fresh chillies, and fresh peppers to sweet grilled and peeled ones. Delish!
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 855kcal
- Carbs 80.5g
- Sugar 5.8g
- Fat 40.1g
- Saturates 14.0g
- Protein 40.8g
This recipe is from:
Jamie at Home
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