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    lean wilod pork roasts

    Have a few leg roasts in the freezer from some lean pigs........... i have found them eatable after roasting in oven but the kids and missis struggle abit with the chewyness................

    Any croc pot recipies out there?
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    Smiddy, are you Josh's sidekick?

    What about a slow roast in the oven covered with foil, roast veges and gravy?

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    Drop in crock pot with a couple of those magie red meet gravy mixes chop some veges up and yeah
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    shake in the contents of a cup-of-soup mushroom sachet as well . Adds a nice flavour , goes well with wild meat
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    Quote Originally Posted by sako75 View Post
    Smiddy, are you Josh's sidekick?

    What about a slow roast in the oven covered with foil, roast veges and gravy?

    correcto
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiddy View Post
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    Good to have you aboard

    Let us know how you get on with the anorexic porker

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    My mrs has cooked a shit load of them , cut slits place garlic in them smear of semi soft butter over top drizzle with honey ( or anything sweet ) oven tray 2 inches of water cover twice with tin foil . Cook on low 3 hrs or till bones pull from meat .
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    Quote Originally Posted by sako75 View Post

    Good to have you aboard

    Let us know how you get on with the anorexic porker
    haha ive been here since feb2012

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    Chuck in roasting dish with lid, add peeled n halved onion, whole clove o garlic, herbs as available (bay thyme rosemary sage - all or whatevers in the back yard) Chopped apple, halve lemon etc wouldnt hurt. Beer cider or water bout a half inch deep - dust with cumin, corriander and paprika. 180 deg for 30-40 min then just under 150 for another 2 n a half ish. when its fallin off the bone drain the juice mash the onion chuck in a pot with some spicy plum / bbq tui sauce add soy balsamic (whatever you like) reduce by half "pull pork" and mix.

    Read some recipies - get the gist and go from there. You cant fk up cooking it just ends up different from intended.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiddy View Post
    Have a few leg roasts in the freezer from some lean pigs........... i have found them eatable after roasting in oven but the kids and missis struggle abit with the chewyness................

    Any croc pot recipies out there?
    Hang it for a few more days ow.....just dont tell the missz its been in the tree for a week

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    Low and slow with liquid as above.
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    Slow cook it in an oven bag with a bit of liquid in it, the bag holds the moisture in the meat. We do all our roasts that way now.
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    Pulled pork
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    Smiddy I understand why you would want the meat to be more tender and more tasty but I am trying to rationalise why you would want to why you would go to all this trouble so that your missus will eat it. Maybe I am selfish but Rushy doesn't share food. Just watch, now some smart prick will chime in and say it shows.
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