Slow cooked lamb and pork with red wine and cream reduction

After an amazing breakfast I skipped lunch and had an early dinner

Slow cooked lamb and pork with red wine and cream reduction

This looks horrible but gee it tastes good.

Sunday dinner. Slow cooked lamb and pork in reduced cream and red wine with spinach.
Sunday dinner. Slow cooked lamb and pork in reduced cream and red wine with spinach.
Slow cooked lamb and pork with red wine and cream reduction
 
Recipe Type: Dinner
Cuisine: Australian
Author: Gary Lum
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Serves: 1
This is a slowly cooked lamb and pork dish that used up left over roast lamb and pork
Ingredients
  • Leftover roast lamb pieces cut into 1 cm³ cubes
  • Leftover roast pork rasher cut into 1 cm³ cubes
  • Frozen spinach cubes
  • Pouring cream
  • Red wine
  • Chilli flakes—As much as your mouth can handle 🙂
  • Black pepper corns—As much as your mouth can handle 😉
Instructions
  1. Place the lamb and pork into a thick based frying pan and set to a low heat
  2. Cook like this for an hour stirring every fifteen minutes to ensure the meat doesn’t stick to the bottom of the flying pan
  3. Add some red wine to cover the meat and simmer to reduce to a sweet slick thick sauce consistency, stirring regularly for about ninety minutes
  4. Add the frozen spinach cubes and chilli flakes and black pepper corns
  5. Add enough cream to lighten the colour and stop bubbles forming
  6. Mix and stir and keep cooking for another fifteen minutes until the cream has reduced and thickened
  7. Transfer the heavenly goodness to a bowl, try to avoid a white one like I did, the colour contrast made photography a nightmare
  8. Capture an image if you can, this was captured on my Nikon D5300 with a Tamron 90 mm MACRO lens at 1/125 seconds, f/7.1 and ISO 1250
  9. Eat the food and enjoy the burning sensation on every mucous membrane of your mouth and tongue
  10. Wash dishes
  11. Write the recipe
  12. Post a blog post
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Notes
Give it a go and tell me what you think.
Sunday breakfast with Bron. 63 °C egg with parmesan custard and a Pialligo Estate bacon salsa.
Sunday breakfast with Bron. 63 °C egg with parmesan custard and a Pialligo Estate bacon salsa.

 
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4 Responses

    1. Thanks Lorraine. A friend said it looked like dog food 🙁
      I’ve noticed many of my Asian friends on social media seem to understand how concoctions like this can taste nice yet look less glamorous 😉

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