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Pork Cassidy

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Pork Cassidy serves with oven baked potatoes and veg.

Pork Cassidy serves with oven baked potatoes and veg.

This one is pretty easy but also very tasty.

You need the following:

Two pork fillets

Piri-piri seasoning (two tablespoon)

Paprika (two tablespoon)

Barbeque sauce (Newman’s own in my current favourite)

Take one small teaspoon of olive oil and pour it on to a foil baking tray.

Place the pork fillets on to the tray and sprinkle a table spoon of piri piri seasoning all over the pork, making sure you cover the edges.  Then do the same with the paprika.  Take a blunt knife and spread it thinly over the pork then turn the fillets over and repeat the process.

Next pour barbeque sauce over the pork and use the knife to spread it evenly.  Carefully turn the pork over and repeat the process.

Finally heat an oven at 180 degrees celcius and cook the pork for arroximately 25 minutes, checking regularly.

You can serve it with potatoes or rice and vegetables.

I named it after Newman’s most famous character, Butch Cassidy.  And why not?  Enjoy!

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Written by Nick Gilmartin

March 6, 2009 at 1:12 pm

Posted in Food and Drink

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