• National Pork Month - 3

    From Dave Drum@1:18/200 to All on Sun Oct 29 14:12:02 2023
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    Title: Spicy Orange Pork - V2
    Categories: Pork, Citrus, Vegetables, Chilies
    Yield: 5 Servings

    2 lb (to 3 lb) boneless pork; in
    - 1/2" cubes
    2 pk Old El Paso or Ortega Taco
    - Seasoning Mix
    1 lg Bell pepper; cored, diced
    - small
    1 lg (but not huge) yellow onion;
    - diced small
    14 1/2 oz Can diced tomatoes w/green
    - chilies
    16 oz Jar salsa; pick yer heat
    16 oz Jar orange marmalade
    2 tb Arrowroot
    +=MIXED WITH=+
    2 tb Water

    Coat the pork cubes with the taco seasoning and brown in
    a little oil in a 12" non-stick skillet. Add the onion
    and bell pepper, saute until onion is translucent. And
    the tomatoes w/chilies and their juice. Cover and let
    it cook until you can't stand it.

    Nuke the marmalade for a minute or so to loosen it and
    halp it pour. Add the salsa and marmalade and stir
    until well mixed. Lower heat to a seven-bubble simmer
    and cover. Simmer gently for 15 minutes.

    Total time about 25 minutes, prep and all.

    Serve over rice, pasta or home made egg noodles.

    6 normal servings. 3 Uncle Dirty Dave servings.

    NOTES: This is a quick and tasty little pork dish I like
    a lot. It makes up well with most any kind of preserves
    I have tried with it except my grandmother's watermelon
    rind preserves.

    Modified: 17 May 2015 to add tomatoes w/chilies, onion
    and bell pepper and increase yield to six servings.
    Well received as served w/penne rigati.

    Served with pride from Uncle Dirty Dave's Kitchen since
    July 1993.

    Uncle Dirty Dave's Kitchen


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