Whether it’s grilled chops, roast legs or braised ribs, pork has been popular since Ancient Roman times.
You can’t go wrong with a nice piece of pork. But why overlook the pork neck? It’s a sweet, flavoursome cut and in the climate of ever escalating food prices, a frugal choice for a family dinner.
Cooked slowly with red cabbage and apples, this pork neck is modeled on a family recipe from the 1930s. The garlic is a later addition to the ingredients. I don’t think my grandmother would have recognised a garlic if she stepped on one.
Try this pork and red cabbage casserole for a frugal, delicious meal that cooks itself.