If you’re searching for a down-home one-dish meal that you can quickly make on a weeknight, then you need this pork recipe. This is a clever method that allows both the potatoes and pork to cook seamlessly while giving the garlic time to soften and infuse.
The end result is a dish full of antioxidants, plant protein, dietary fibre, minerals, and vitamins.
Savour the Freshness of One Pan Pork and Potatoes
This will be your go-to dinner because it takes just half an hour to make. All you need is one sheet pan to get perfectly roasted potatoes and gorgeous ranch pork chops!
More importantly, you can get the supplies from a free-range butcher in Melbourne.
Beef Up the Potatoes and Pork
Unprocessed and free-range pork is highly recommended here because it enhances the consistency and overall taste of this meal. Moreover, choosing minimally processed, fresh, and fully cooked pork can offer certain advantages when included in your diet.
Pork is high-protein meat and is a great source of specific vitamins and minerals that your body requires to perform, like zinc and iron.
What to Serve With One Pan Pork and Potatoes
Potatoes and pork have such mild flavours, making them easy to pair with a variety of sides. From lighter and greener options to hearty casseroles, these accompaniments will raise the bar for all the one-pan pork and potatoes dinners to come.
Combining this recipe with garlic, butter, or mushrooms is another simple dinner option. It’s also possible to stuff the pork and potatoes with apples, cranberries, and tons of herbs.
Save on time and dirty dishes with this One Pan Pork and Potatoes.
- 450-500 gram Pork fillet
- ¼ cup Kecap manis
- 1 teaspoon Honey
- 1 teaspoon Apple cider vinegar
- 1 clove Garlic (minced)
- ½ inch Ginger (minced)
- 1 bunch Broccolini (roughly chopped)
- 500 gram Baby potatoes (diced into 3cm cubes)
- 1 teaspoon Olive oil
- 1 tablespoon Powdered parmesan cheese
- 1 teaspoon Garlic powder
- Pepper (to taste)
- Salt (to taste)
- 1 tablespoon Sesame seeds
- Lay the pork fillet on a lined baking tray, then season with salt and pepper
- In a small mixing bowl, combine kecap manis, honey, apple cider vinegar, garlic and ginger, then pour over the pork
- In a large mixing bowl, add potatoes and broccolini. Drizzle with olive oil then add powdered parmesan cheese, garlic powder and salt
- Lay the potatoes and broccolini on the lined baking tray next to the pork fillet, then bake uncovered in a fan forced oven at 220°C for 25 minutes
- Remove the tray from the oven then allow the pork to rest for 5 minutes. Using a sharp knife cut the pork into slices approximately 2cm thick. Divide the pork, potatoes and broccolini between serving bowls, then garnish with sesame seeds
What Substitutions Can You Use?
It is possible to substitute some of the ingredients in this recipe.
Lean beef is a great substitute for pork. It comes with a dry texture, along with a flowy flavour. The good news is that you can get lean beef from our free-range butcher. Also, eating local meat helps reduce the number of fossil fuels used to transport food. This contributes to environmental conservation.
You can also use a whole grain, such as brown rice, couscous, bulgur, and quinoa, in place of your potato. Similarly, if you’re allergic to garlic or are cooking the dish for someone who is, substitute the garlic with a bit of ginger or cumin.
Eat Healthy by Visiting a Local Butcher
You are what you consume, and the right diet plays a major role in holding off and curing diseases. And, incorporating one pan pork and potatoes into your diet can be a great way to improve your health.
Consequently, it would be best to reach out to us at Church Street Butcher. When you shop for pork from our local butcher, you are going to receive fresh and high-quality meat.
Purchasing from our butcher also means that your dollars go straight into the local community.
Contact us to get started.