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Garlic free Polish pork marinate

Garlic free Polish pork marinate
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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.

 
 
This recipe has been approved by a Low FODMAP dietitian, Evelyn Toner.  Find interesting articles about Nutrition, IBS and FODMAP on her blog.

Ingredients for a garlic free Polish pork marinate for 1 kg of meat:

 
1 tbsp of sea salt
1 clove
4 seeds of allspice
1 tsp sugar
4 seeds of black pepper
3 bay leaves
1/2 tsp coriander seeds
 

Instructions to make a garlic free Polish pork marinate:

First of all, you will need a pestle and mortar to smash all ingredients together.
Once you’ve done this, cover the meat joint completely with the marinate. Place it in a plastic box or inside zipped bag, so the whole fridge won’t smell of it (it is quite strong smell, but pleasant).
You can marinate it for even a week, because salt is a natural preservative, but I usually roast it after 2-3 days. Don’t try less then 2 days, because the flavours won’t come through as good.
Then roast it, covered, in 200 C oven, for 30 minutes, then lower temperature to 180 C and cook for further 1h – 1 1/2 h. (depending on the size of meat, of course).
You can use a roasting dish with a lid, like this:
 
Nutrition values depend on the cut of meat that you will choose.


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.

To find other low FODMAP dinner recipes, go here: https://fitfodmapfoodie.co.uk/category/dinner-ideas

For Polish version of this recipe, please go here: http://przepisylowfodmap.eu/low-fodmap-staropolska-marynata-do-miesa-wieprzowego-swietny-przepis

 

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