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Glazed Pork Fillet

This recipe is just a little bit exotic, probably more Vietnamese than French, but also really easy. It involves a bit of fiddling around at first as you make up the sauce, but it ends up cooking in one pot, which is great thing to cook for the kids and they love it. There are lots of ingredients for the sauce, which is very rich sweet, mainly orange juice.

Glazed Pork Fillet

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Posted by Marea • 4y ago • Report
have now cooked it lots of time. Watch out for the fish sauces do not be to heavey handed. Has becaome a firm favourite
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
Cooked it tonight and we really liked it. Lovely well balanced flavour , a perfect compliment to pork and so simple to prepare!
Will certainly do it again.
Posted by Cheryl • 5y ago • Report
I am off to the shops, making this for supper tonight.
Love her way of cooking. She takes the fear out of
french cooking.
Posted by TC85 • 5y ago • Report
I cooked this tonight with fish instead of pork and it was so nice, will use this recipe forever now.