How to cook pork loin chops in cider & kumquat

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Gather 2 medium potatoes. Peel it. Wash it and roughly chop it

Add peel garlic. Rosemary, salt and oil to the potato. Place it on a tray. Preheat oven to 180 deg C.

Add salt and pepper to the pork chops. Mix well.

Heat pan. Add oil and brown the chops both sides.

This is ready. Remove from pan.

Fry onion till lightly brown.

Add chopped fresh sage

Add kumquat preserve or marmalade.

Use a dry cider. I am using a Barossa Valley Apple Cider.

Mix it well

Add the pork chops and cook for 8 minutes

Add Worcestershire sauce

Switch off flame and remove the contents into a pan suitable for oven

Seal the pan with aluminum foil

Place the potato and pork in the oven. Bake potato for 25 minutes until cooked. Leave the pork in for 45 minutes. I tend to flip the pork once at 25 minutes time when I remove the potatoes.

This is the potatoes done

This is the pork done

Place the potato on the plate. Discard the rosemary. Arrange a pork loin chop and drizzle some of the beautiful cider and pork sauce around the pork.

Enjoy this with a chilled cider

Watch the video: Project Pork Loin

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