Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Tuesday 5th of March 2013

Tuesday is,  as I mentioned yesterday,  my other, regular, slow-cooker night.  Tonight we ate another of our favourites,  which is so easy to throw together that, to be honest, it barely even qualifies as a recipe.  It is so useful, however, that I really must share it with you...

I vary the meat I use (to date, I've used chunked-up chicken thighs, strips of braising steak and pork steaks), but tonight we had pork.  Whatever meat I use, the dish always remains known as Hawaiian BBQ *whatever*.  

All you need to do is pop some prepared onions in your slow-cooker pot (and see yesterday's post for further adumbration of this), along with the contents of a bottle of Reggae Reggae sauce (or whichever brand you prefer, but I can only vouch for the success of this particular one) and the contents of a can of pineapple chunks in juice.  Cook on LOW all day, then stir through a tablespoonful of cornflour mixed with two tablespoons of water.  Sprinkle with some chopped parsley or, if you've got some handy,  fresh thyme is really lovely here.  Don't make a shopping trip out of it though...

I have been known to serve this dish with rice but, more often than not (and in the interests of speedy suppers) I serve it with a bowl of couscous.
Cath xx


Caroline said...

So glad you're back, Cath - long may it continue. Much of your 'back catalogue' of recipes is now firmly on our family favourites list, so some new things to try are most welcome.

The Distracted Housewife said...

Nice to be back..! Glad you enjoy the blog and my family recipes. C xx


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