Bone In Pork Chop With Mustard Cream Sauce and Dilly Roast Garlic Potatoes. A whole meal. A hearty meal. Oh and it was pretty good too. This meal fell into so many categories, there’s the pork, then the sauce, and the side dish of the potatoes. The pork chop was very simply grilled, leaving room for the mustard sauce to come through. The roasted potatoes were lightly flavoured with roasted garlic and dill. Imagine crunching through the shell of a crispy potato into a fluffy cloud of potato goodness. Isn’t food fantastic?
With winter clinging on like an icy booger, you need food that will warm you up when you eat it. I love to cook food that does that for you. And this meal definitely does that. You don’t want to use the yellow mustard like you would put on a kid’s hotdog, it’s too strong, instead use a mellow dijon mustard, or grainy mustard. That will give you the taste without the harshness, and a better colour. For a little kick, add spicy mustard instead.
What do you make to warm up in the winter? leave a comment below and tell us what you cook to keep warm on cold days.
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