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Carol's Roast Pork

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Carol's Roast Pork
Fantastic crackle ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ
I score the pork skin and rub with a little oil and then salt.
Put in a high oven until skin blisters and then reduce heat until pork is cooked.
To roast potatoes:
Parboil them, strain and shake saucepan to soften edges, then you then get nice crispy potatoes.
Put a clean tea towel over the saucepan to absorb steam for just couple minutes.
Then put in hot oil on high oven. ย They take about 30-40 minutes.
I turn them over half way.
Vegetables I lightly cook.ย I like mine with a bit of bite.
Gravy I make my own
I use homemade stock, a couple of shakes of balsamic vinegar, couple of shakes of Worcestershire sauce, add 2 to 3 tsps corn flour, mix together and bring to the boil.
I normally cook it in the meat tin for added flavour.
Prepared, tried and tested by:ย Carol Taylorย 
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