Pork & Apple Sandwich Recipe

Pork & Apple Sandwich

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Ingredients

  • a lean bit of pork
  • fresh herbs (rosemary or sage work nicely)
  • garlic
  • olive oil
  • slices of apple
  • cinnamon
  • knob of butter
  • bread / greens to serve

How to make Pork & Apple Sandwich


Pork and Apple are a fabulous taste combination. Try seasoning your pork with a little cumin to bring out the meat flavour, which adds to the overall taste contrast.

  1. Bash up your herbs with the garlic and a little olive oil. Season your pork with salt and pepper, then rub the herb mixture over the meat. Leave the flavours to develop for a while in the fridge.

  2. Heat a griddle pan until very hot. Seal the pork on both sides and bring the heat down. When the pork is about 5 minutes from being perfect, add the apple slices to the pan and the knob of butter. Sprinkle a tiny amount of cinnamon on the apple slices. Allow to cook until soft.

  3. Remove everything from pan. Build up layers on rustic bread of salad greens (mushrooms might also be nice), your pork - thinly sliced - topped off with the apple. Eat!

  • iconsam
    iconsam says

    I am trying this out this weekend.

  • JaiLovesCake
    JaiLovesCake says

    what bread did u use ? im thinking foccacia would be nice?

  • yongfook
    yongfook says

    In this shot it was just some puffy little rice-flour rolls from the supermarket. But yeah a foccacia or ciabatta would suit this best. Something hearty.

  • telliecoin
    telliecoin says

    I have never enjoyed the taste of apple and pork, after being in Australia for 5 years and they serve applesauce with pork ALL the time, you'd think i'd like it. But this actually looks good. Congrats. *tummy rumble*

  • celia
    celia says

    ahhh pork and apple. exquisite. yumyum. *licks lips*

  • Nanimo
    Nanimo says

    Hmm, I think I'd go with thick cut granary bread with this one.

  • Elizaboo
    Elizaboo says

    Back in Aussie when i used to work in a sandwich shop,there was a receipe from the old granny putting cold turkey with cranberry sauce and roasted vegetables. It was divine. This receipe reminds me so much of that. Am going to try this one.

  • yongfook
    yongfook says

    there is no finer a leftover dish than a roast-dinner sandwich (with stuffing). nyum.

  • dubow
    dubow says

    yumm... boxing day sarnie....

  • ak19841014
    ak19841014 says

    Looking gorgeous!

  • g00fy
    g00fy says

    This just looks SOOOOO jummy !!

  • worldpeas
    worldpeas says

    nice spin on a classic :)

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