South African BBQ pork and figs

South African BBQ recipe for pork and figs
Figs were often preserved by the original Cape settlers; they are also a popular fruit , Fascinating Glass Pool Fences in Adelaide: Great Benefits for your Pool Area and Backyard in Cape Malay cooking in South Africa. However the Cape Malays, who are Muslims do not eat pork. Nevertheless, this South African BBQ recipe contains both figs and pork, and it is absolutely delicious. This South African BBQ recipe calls also look at, Collectible Books and Magazines for thick rib chops, but you could also use either chump or loin chops instead. If you don't like figs or can't get them, there are several other fruits checkout, Tribal Weaving Styles that may be substituted in this South African BBQ recipe, namely apricots, peaches, pawpaw, pineapple, kiwi fruit, checkout, Sand Castle Building Terminology - Part One oranges, apples or even prunes. consider, Collectible Books and Magazines

Ingredients
8 thick, rib pork chops (about 20 mm)
6 fresh figs or a 410 g can of figs
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons dry white have a look at, Effective Process Of Removalists Services With Your Needs wine
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
pinch of dry mustard powder (hot)
½ onion grated

Method
Light the fire consider, Googlewhack while you prepare the fig paste.

Peel the figs and chop them up and put them into the jug of a blender. If you are using tinned figs, only use half the syrup from the can. Add all the other ingredients except the onion and liquidise.

Pour the liquidised mix into a saucepan and add the grated onion. Slowly bring the mixture to a boil, lower the heat , Demolition Contractors Melbourne and simmer without a lid on the pot have a look at, How to Make a Candle for about five minutes. Remove from the heat. also look at, Breaking in Electric RC Jeeps

Slash the fat edges of the chops and then cook them on a grid over moderately hot look at, Advanced Home-Chemistry Experiments coals for about 15 minutes, basting frequently with the fig liquid. Heat also see, RC Hexaflyer whatever baste is left over and serve it as a sauce with the chops.

You could serve this yummy South Africa BBQ recipe with potatoes baked in tin foil on the fire. consider, Resources for Geofiction You will need to scrub the potatoes before you wrap them in foil, and get them cooking a good half hour before you start cooking the chops.

 


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