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Roast Pork With Danish Apple Mayonnaise
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You can, naturally, just serve the apple mayonnaise with slices of pork left over from yesterday’s roast, but the combination is good enough to make it worth roasting a small joint of pork just for this dish. It works well with bought mayonnaise, but if you make your own, add a tablespoon of caster sugar to the apple purée to make up the sweetness. You’ll have more apple mayonnaise than you need for one sitting, but covered with clingfilm, it will keep in the fridge for two to three days – it’s great with ham, or in a simple coleslaw of shredded cabbage and carrot.
Typical values per serving:
Per serving (using 3/4 of the mayonnaise)
This recipe was first published in September 2007.