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    Corey Richardson Guest

    Default A Delia's How to Cheat Recipe


    I've tried this and it's very, very good!


    Spanish Pork Stew with Potatoes and Chorizo
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    Serves 4

    Ingredients

    1 lb (450 g) piece trimmed shoulder of pork
    1 lb (450 g) small salad potatoes
    4 oz (110 g) Spanish chorizo sausage
    1 x 350 g jar roasted peppers in oil, drained but left whole
    1 fat clove garlic, peeled and thinly sliced
    1 large red onion, peeled and cut into thick slices
    6 sprigs of fresh thyme
    1 tablespoon olive oil
    teaspoon saffron strands
    2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
    5 fl oz (150 ml) dry white wine
    1 x 300 g jar or x 560 g jar Heinz Tomato Frito
    1 oz (25 g) pitted green or black olives, drained and thickly sliced
    salt and freshly milled black pepper

    Although there are a couple of subtle cheats here, this one does end up
    tasting quite authentic. This is mainly due to the inclusion of a very
    authentic ingredient, Heinz Tomato Frito. As we all know, Heinz have
    long had a special relationship with the tomato, and I cant praise this
    careful blend of ripened Spanish tomatoes highly enough. All the recipe
    itself involves is some initial chopping, followed by an extremely quick
    assembly job. Then the whole lot is popped into the oven out of sight
    and out of mind for 1 hours.

    Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 1, 275F (140C).

    What you need to do here is chop the pork into 1 inch (2.5 cm) chunks
    and pop it straight into the casserole. Then peel the skin off the
    chorizo and slice it into similar-sized chunks before you toss it in to
    join the pork. Next, add the drained peppers, the garlic and the onion.
    After that, add the thyme, a very good seasoning of salt and freshly
    milled black pepper and the olive oil. Now toss all the ingredients
    together.

    Next, using a pestle and mortar, crush the saffron to a powder and add
    the wine vinegar. Add this to the casserole, followed by the white wine,
    Tomato Frito, olives and the potatoes. Give everything another stir, put
    a lid on the casserole and bring up to simmering point on top of the
    stove, then transfer the casserole to the oven for 1 hours.


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    Sandy Guest

    Default Re: A Delia's How to Cheat Recipe

    Corey Richardson wrote:
    > I've tried this and it's very, very good!
    >
    >
    > Spanish Pork Stew with Potatoes and Chorizo
    > -------------------------------------------
    >
    > Serves 4
    >
    > Ingredients
    >
    > 1 lb (450 g) piece trimmed shoulder of pork
    > 1 lb (450 g) small salad potatoes
    > 4 oz (110 g) Spanish chorizo sausage
    > 1 x 350 g jar roasted peppers in oil, drained but left whole
    > 1 fat clove garlic, peeled and thinly sliced
    > 1 large red onion, peeled and cut into thick slices
    > 6 sprigs of fresh thyme
    > 1 tablespoon olive oil
    > teaspoon saffron strands
    > 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
    > 5 fl oz (150 ml) dry white wine
    > 1 x 300 g jar or x 560 g jar Heinz Tomato Frito
    > 1 oz (25 g) pitted green or black olives, drained and thickly sliced
    > salt and freshly milled black pepper
    >
    > Although there are a couple of subtle cheats here, this one does end up
    > tasting quite authentic. This is mainly due to the inclusion of a very
    > authentic ingredient, Heinz Tomato Frito. As we all know, Heinz have
    > long had a special relationship with the tomato, and I cant praise this
    > careful blend of ripened Spanish tomatoes highly enough. All the recipe
    > itself involves is some initial chopping, followed by an extremely quick
    > assembly job. Then the whole lot is popped into the oven out of sight
    > and out of mind for 1 hours.
    >
    > Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 1, 275F (140C).
    >
    > What you need to do here is chop the pork into 1 inch (2.5 cm) chunks
    > and pop it straight into the casserole. Then peel the skin off the
    > chorizo and slice it into similar-sized chunks before you toss it in to
    > join the pork. Next, add the drained peppers, the garlic and the onion.
    > After that, add the thyme, a very good seasoning of salt and freshly
    > milled black pepper and the olive oil. Now toss all the ingredients
    > together.
    >
    > Next, using a pestle and mortar, crush the saffron to a powder and add
    > the wine vinegar. Add this to the casserole, followed by the white wine,
    > Tomato Frito, olives and the potatoes. Give everything another stir, put
    > a lid on the casserole and bring up to simmering point on top of the
    > stove, then transfer the casserole to the oven for 1 hours.
    >



    Excellent recipe, thank you, I was just hunting around for one to use up
    some pork and chorizo!

    The only ingredient I don't have to hand is the Heinz Tomato Frito. Can
    you tell me what it consists of please? Can I substitute it with some
    other tomato sauce e.g. passata plus herbs/spices?

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    Corey Richardson Guest

    Default Re: A Delia's How to Cheat Recipe

    On Sun, 10 Aug 2008 19:10:37 +0100, Sandy <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Corey Richardson wrote:
    >> I've tried this and it's very, very good!
    >>
    >>
    >> Spanish Pork Stew with Potatoes and Chorizo
    >> -------------------------------------------
    >>
    >> Serves 4
    >>
    >> Ingredients
    >>
    >> 1 lb (450 g) piece trimmed shoulder of pork
    >> 1 lb (450 g) small salad potatoes
    >> 4 oz (110 g) Spanish chorizo sausage
    >> 1 x 350 g jar roasted peppers in oil, drained but left whole
    >> 1 fat clove garlic, peeled and thinly sliced
    >> 1 large red onion, peeled and cut into thick slices
    >> 6 sprigs of fresh thyme
    >> 1 tablespoon olive oil
    >> teaspoon saffron strands
    >> 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
    >> 5 fl oz (150 ml) dry white wine
    >> 1 x 300 g jar or x 560 g jar Heinz Tomato Frito
    >> 1 oz (25 g) pitted green or black olives, drained and thickly sliced
    >> salt and freshly milled black pepper
    >>
    >> Although there are a couple of subtle cheats here, this one does end up
    >> tasting quite authentic. This is mainly due to the inclusion of a very
    >> authentic ingredient, Heinz Tomato Frito. As we all know, Heinz have
    >> long had a special relationship with the tomato, and I cant praise this
    >> careful blend of ripened Spanish tomatoes highly enough. All the recipe
    >> itself involves is some initial chopping, followed by an extremely quick
    >> assembly job. Then the whole lot is popped into the oven out of sight
    >> and out of mind for 1 hours.
    >>
    >> Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 1, 275F (140C).
    >>
    >> What you need to do here is chop the pork into 1 inch (2.5 cm) chunks
    >> and pop it straight into the casserole. Then peel the skin off the
    >> chorizo and slice it into similar-sized chunks before you toss it in to
    >> join the pork. Next, add the drained peppers, the garlic and the onion.
    >> After that, add the thyme, a very good seasoning of salt and freshly
    >> milled black pepper and the olive oil. Now toss all the ingredients
    >> together.
    >>
    >> Next, using a pestle and mortar, crush the saffron to a powder and add
    >> the wine vinegar. Add this to the casserole, followed by the white wine,
    >> Tomato Frito, olives and the potatoes. Give everything another stir, put
    >> a lid on the casserole and bring up to simmering point on top of the
    >> stove, then transfer the casserole to the oven for 1 hours.
    >>

    >
    >
    >Excellent recipe, thank you, I was just hunting around for one to use up
    >some pork and chorizo!
    >
    >The only ingredient I don't have to hand is the Heinz Tomato Frito. Can
    >you tell me what it consists of please? Can I substitute it with some
    >other tomato sauce e.g. passata plus herbs/spices?


    I'm glad it's of use to someone else, it's very nice.

    Yes, I've substituted the Heinz Tomato Frito with herb and garlic
    passata and it works just as well.


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