Pork Stroganoff is a twist on the traditional beef one. Tasty, tender pork pieces in a creamy mustard sauce. Whats not to love.
This particular dish came out of the blue one evening when we had a few bits in the fridge/freezer to use up. We hate anything going to waste, so it’s nice to be able to use as much as we can and create different recipes.
What’s surprised me about pork…
Pork isn’t a meat we eat very often. We eat more fish, chicken and vegetable-based dishes with the odd bit of beef every now and then. But when looking into pork, it’s packed full of B vitamins, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc and so much more! Unfortunately, the remainder of this dish isn’t very healthy at all! We had this meal as a bit of a treat.
We get mushrooms in our Riverford box every other week at the moment. In previous posts, I have documented my dislike for mushrooms, but for some reason continue to eat them on a regular occurrence. Maybe it’s time to admit that I do like them after all. There was this Mushroom Soup that I made and this One Pot Chicken Chasseur, which was delicious.
I have also recently been reading about the health benefits of mushrooms. There is a company called Four Sigmatic which is a superfood company that combines coffee and mushrooms. It uses different medicinal mushrooms such as Chaga and Lions mane which are great for the mind and the immune system. I plan to buy some of this soon and begin substituting this for coffee, as long as it doesn’t taste like crap. Maybe even if it does.
With the UK starting to return to normality (slowly being the keyword, but still great news) we’ve been making the most of the weather, which has been absolutely fantastic. We’ve been spending a lot of our time in the garden or walking and obviously not a great deal inside on the laptop. It’s slowed down the rate at which we’ve been posting, but we’ve still been cooking some great meals. Hopefully, this should build a little backlog to post once the sun goes in. I just need to make sure we’ve written down the ingredients and instructions somewhere.
This Pork Stroganoff isn’t the most summery meal and definitely not a healthy option but it did taste great, so we’re not complaining too much.
- 500g Diced Pork
- 250g Mushrooms
- 1 Onion
- 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 1 Tbsp Butter
- 1 Tsp Paprika
- 170g Philadelphia
- 100ml Oat Milk
- 1 Tbsp Wholegrain Mustard
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Heat the olive oil in the frying pan and seal off your pork.
- Remove the browned pork from the pan and add in your onion and knob of butter. Cook for a couple of minutes or until golden then add in your mushrooms.
- Cook your mushrooms for a couple of minutes, add in your paprika, then add your pork back into the frying pan.
- Leave this to cook for a minute.
- Add in the Philadelphia, oat milk, and whole-grain mustard. Stir everything together and cook for a further 10 minutes until the pork is cooked and the sauce is creamy.
When you get to the final 10 minutes, cook up your rice and broccoli.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 857Total Fat: 55gSaturated Fat: 18gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 32gCholesterol: 235mgSodium: 427mgCarbohydrates: 19gFiber: 4gSugar: 9gProtein: 70g
This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix on 5/30/2020
I hope you enjoyed our Pork Stroganoff recipe and keep it for when the time suits. We’ll aim to put some of our seasonal recipes on, so if you do fancy something lighter that matches the weather we have you covered.
Take a look at some of our recent posts below:
- Everything in Stir Fry Recipe
- Homemade Wagamama’s Chicken Ramen Bowl
- Chocolate Tahini Banana Bread
- Steak Sandwich with Red Onion & Mustard Mayonnaise
- Crab Linguine
Thanks again for reading from all at Ped’s Kitchen.