Pork in a leek , Apple , mushroom cider sauce

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 A couple of pork medallions per person or a pork chop each or a file to seve 4
 2 finely sliced leeks
 2 thinly sliced apples
 A couple of handfuls of button mushrooms quartered
 A good knob of butter
 Salt and white pepper
 1/2pt of cider or apple juice of preferred
 1/2-1 pint of vegetable stock
 1 heaped tspn grain mustard
 Double cream to taste (2-3 tblspn)

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Melt the butter in a large pan and sauté until soft but not coloured

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Add in the mushrooms and salt and pepper . Cook for a further 3 minutes

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Add in the apple slices and cider , allow the alcohol to boil off

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Add in the stock and leave to simmer for 10 minutes

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Stir through the grain mustard and gradually add the cream stirring until desired consistency is achieved

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Check seasoning

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Pour over the cooked pork

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I served with creamy mash and veg but this would also be nice with pasta or rice

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If the sauce is too runny you can add a little cornflour and water paste to thicken

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Ingredients

 A couple of pork medallions per person or a pork chop each or a file to seve 4
 2 finely sliced leeks
 2 thinly sliced apples
 A couple of handfuls of button mushrooms quartered
 A good knob of butter
 Salt and white pepper
 1/2pt of cider or apple juice of preferred
 1/2-1 pint of vegetable stock
 1 heaped tspn grain mustard
 Double cream to taste (2-3 tblspn)

Directions

1

Melt the butter in a large pan and sauté until soft but not coloured

2
3
4
5

Add in the mushrooms and salt and pepper . Cook for a further 3 minutes

6
7
8
9

Add in the apple slices and cider , allow the alcohol to boil off

10
11
12
13

Add in the stock and leave to simmer for 10 minutes

14
15
16
17

Stir through the grain mustard and gradually add the cream stirring until desired consistency is achieved

18
19
20
21

Check seasoning

22
23
24
25

Pour over the cooked pork

26
27
28

I served with creamy mash and veg but this would also be nice with pasta or rice

29
30
31

If the sauce is too runny you can add a little cornflour and water paste to thicken

Pork in a leek , Apple , mushroom cider sauce