Pork, leek and cider cobbler
- March 2016
- Serves 6
- Hands-on time 30 min, simmering time 2 hours, oven time 40 min
A cheesy scone-like topping and slow-cooked pork filling, made with leeks and cider, will have your guests coming back for seconds.
Or, if you have pork chops to use up, take a look at our griddled pork chops with creamy leek and bacon sauce recipe.
- 38.7g (17.2g saturated)
- 51g (7.8g sugars)
Cook the pork up to 2 days ahead to the end of step 2, then cool and chill, covered. Heat on the hob before topping with the cobbler. Or, once cool, freeze the pork in a freezerproof container for up to 3 months, then defrost and warm through before continuing.
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