A juicy honey-roast garlic pork fillet with a super tasty honey, mustard and garlic marinade!

Honey-Roast Garlic Pork

A juicy honey-roast garlic pork fillet with a super tasty honey, mustard and garlic marinade!

A juicy honey-roast garlic pork fillet with a super tasty honey, mustard and garlic marinade!

Honey-Roast Garlic Pork

A juicy honey-roast garlic pork fillet with a super tasty honey, mustard and garlic marinade!

Sweet and Sour Pork_  This sweet and sour pork is prepared American-style with more batter and deep-fried twice for extra crispiness...

Sweet and Sour Pork_ This sweet and sour pork is prepared American-style with more batter and deep-fried twice for extra crispiness...

Pork Tenderloin with Sage & Marsala Sauce Recipe

Pork Tenderloin with Sage & Marsala Sauce

a family favourite & drop dead easy .. Nigel Slater’s classic char sit pork (i don't use the yellow bean curd BUT I DO add red food colouring to give it that real traditional hanging in the shop window   look!

Nigel Slater's classic char siu pork recipe

a family favourite & drop dead easy .. Nigel Slater’s classic char sit pork (i don't use the yellow bean curd BUT I DO add red food colouring to give it that real traditional hanging in the shop window look!

Chinese Barbecue Pork | Char Siu

Chinese Barbecue Pork | Char Siu

How to make the ultimate pork marinade - Jamie Oliver | Features

How to make the ultimate pork marinade

This is one of the wonders of traditional Chinese cuisine. Many recipes include red bean paste (or you can add a little tomato sauce), and utilise pork neck. This is my simpler fast and fabulous version which works just as well – only quicker! Serves 2 Preparation 5-10 minutes Cooking 25-30 minutes Resting 5-10 minutes 1 pork fillet, approx 400g Marinade 2

This is one of the wonders of traditional Chinese cuisine. Many recipes include red bean paste (or you can add a little tomato sauce), and utilise pork neck. This is my simpler fast and fabulous version which works just as well – only quicker! Serves 2 Preparation 5-10 minutes Cooking 25-30 minutes Resting 5-10 minutes 1 pork fillet, approx 400g Marinade 2

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