Pork Goujons with Apple Slaw (TNT)

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Pork Goujons with Apple Slaw (TNT)

Post by pstarkoski on Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:47 am

I didn't know what pork goujons were, so I decided to try this recipe because it sounded really good....and it is really good! I looked up goujons---it is of French origin and it means small strips of fish or meat that are coated with bread crumbs or flour and deep fried.
Well, I didn't deep fry the pork strips, I just browned them good in the oil---worked great. The apple slaw on the sandwich really added that special pizazz!

Pork Goujons with Apple Slaw

Recipe for pork goujons with a yogurt and wholegrain mustard sauce

500g pork strips (often sold as stir-fry pork)---about 1 pound
1 cup all purpose flour
1tsp salt
1tsp paprika
Oil for frying
1/4 of a large cabbage (about 2 cups), shredded (I used red cabbage)
2 large carrots, shredded
2 granny smith apples, shredded
3/4 cup mayonnaise
2TBSP plain yoghurt
1 tsp wholegrain mustard
1tsp honey
1TBSP lemon juice
Bread rolls or Tortilla wraps, to serve
hot sauce, to serve (optional)

Coat the pork strips in the flour, salt and paprika.

Heat the oil and fry the pork until crispy and cooked through. Set

Combine the shredded vegetables and apples with the mayo, yogurt, mustard, honey and lemon juice. Season to taste.

Half the bread rolls and toast them on the cut side (optional).
Place a few spoonfuls of the apple slaw on one half of the bread
roll followed by a few pork goujons and lastly some hot sauce.

Recipe source: A thru Z Crafts and Recipes yahoo group, submitted by Gail Plaskiewicz.

PEG'S NOTE: ....I didn't deep fry the pork strips, I just browned them good in a skillet with some oil.


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