Whenever my Mum used to get some larg piece of meat, especially pork, I knew what we were going to eat. She got this recipe for a pork marinate from old Polish cooking book “Kuchnia Staropolska”. She only had to adjust the proportions, because in old books like this marinade would be prepared for example for a 1/4 of a pig! A bit too much for us.
Then, recently, when I realised I cannot have garlic, I adapted this recipe to be a garlic free Polish pork marinate.
This recipe, in my opinion, works the best for a pork shoulder, which has a nice fat and meat ratio. If you want to use another cut, including leaner parts like pork fillet, or pork loin, as I did on the picture below, it will work, too. Just make sure not to dry the meat by overcooking.
Ingredients for a garlic free Polish pork marinate for 1 kg of meat:
Instructions to make a garlic free Polish pork marinate:
This old recipe for pork shoulder marinade is tasty when eaten hot, with potatoes and veg, or you can use cold leftovers of meat for slices for sandwiches.
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For Polish version of this recipe, please go here: http://przepisylowfodmap.eu/low-fodmap-staropolska-marynata-do-miesa-wieprzowego-swietny-przepis