My first meal in the slow cooker went well! This recipe started out as a BBC Good Food recipe that I played about with to match the ingredients we had on hand and has since been adapted to suit a slow cooker.
The pork falls apart in your mouth and carries the rich and flavoursome sauce really well. Thanks to my slow cooker this is an easy week night eat yet still the perfect serve for a prim and proper dinner party
You’ll need:4 pork chops (diced and fat removed) 1 Tbsp cornflour 1 onion sliced in to strips 400ml of cider 3 bay leaves 200g crème fraîche 1 Tbsp wholegrain mustard Handful of chopped parsley
Coat the pork in cornflour and add it to the slow cooker along with the cider, onion, mustard and bay leaves. Cook on low for 8 hours, or high for 6. Just before you’re ready to serve, add the chopped parsley and creme fraiche and stir through.
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