I whipped up some Simply Roasted Pork over the weekend so we’d have something to eat for lunches or a quick dinner. I also cooked up a huge batch of caramelized onions – just onions and some salt, I didn’t follow the directions in this recipe, and I made up the horseradish spread for these sandwiches also.
The Simply Roasted Pork is so easy to make, and really versatile. I love it for sandwiches, and these were really tasty. Jay was over after work, so I made these up for our dinner. We both really liked them, and since everything was prepared ahead it was really simple to make everything. I toasted the bread first.
- Horseradish and Caramelized Onion Pork Sandwiches (Cooking Light, September 2004)
- Trader Joe’s Spinach Salad
That simply roasted pork seems like a great recipe to have in your (uh, I mean MY) repetoire!
I think it’s one of Cooking Light’s better recipes. Most of the dishes I’ve made with the pork have been really good, too. Plus it’s good on its own.
Oh, I should mention – I didn’t use apricot preserves this time, I used peach-apricot-passion fruit preserves. Yummy.