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I know this sounds thick but could you talk me through roasting pork please?

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MaryMotherOfCheeses Sun 21-Dec-08 10:20:29

I want to stuff it and also to make gravy. So should I put some water in the roasting tray or will that make the stuffing soggy?

And the rind? I'm really not that keen on crackling and would rather cover the whole joint with some sort of herby or something coating. Will that work?

Nigella says to cook the crackling in a separate tray. Anyone tried that?


akhemSaidSanta Sun 21-Dec-08 10:40:35

ohhhh I'm just looking at this recipe

I'm sure you could use a different kind of stuffing if you wanted to

MaryMotherOfCheeses Sun 21-Dec-08 10:43:24

That does look lovely.

What does butterflied mean? does it just mean out flat?

Can't ask the butcher to do it since I don't have one in my kitchen right now grin

MaryMotherOfCheeses Sun 21-Dec-08 10:45:10

So he says to lift up the roast in the tray with a bed of carrots and puts water / wine in the bottom too. I guess that would avoid soggy stuffing?

MaryMotherOfCheeses Sun 21-Dec-08 13:30:14

Crackling issue is resolved. i've looked at it again and there's no rindy stuff.

Do I not worry about soggy stuffing?


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