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Spicy Pork with Leeks and Roasted Red Peppers (Tigania)
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Boneless country-style pork spareribs are a rich, flavorful cut that stands up nicely to the bold Mediterranean ingredients in this recipe for tigania, a Greek vegetable and meat dish similar to a stir-fry. Serve with pita bread, rice or simple roasted potatoes.
teaspoon red pepper flakes
Kosher salt and ground black pepper
01In a large bowl, stir together the pepper flakes, 1 teaspoon each salt and pepper, and ¾ teaspoon of the dried oregano. Add the pork and toss.
March 14, 2023
Mediterranean Pork with Leeks
Every time I have a lot of some kind of veggie in the fridge I go searching Milkstreet for a great recipe. The veggie of choice was leeks and fennel. No fennel used in this dish, however, I think it would add nicely to the mix. I used green garlic in place of regular garlic which added great flavor and did not over power. The peppers I bought I thought were spicy like the recipe suggested, but ended up being Alla Calabrese instead. So I substituted with a little crushed red pepper instead for some spice. This recipe says to cook the pork for 30mins...I think 40-60 is better for more tenderness. The flavors all around were great. We had a nice salad and served the pork with bread and butter.
October 5, 2022
Easy stovetop dinner
I used boneless, center-cut pork chops for this simple, delicious meal. Served it with lemon roasted potatoes.
July 21, 2022
I like my pork fork-tender
After browning the pork, I cooked it an additional 30-45 minutes. If you don't have fresh oregano, dried will do for the long cooking. Use fresh parsley at the end.
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I had some beautiful leeks and all of the pantry items, but no pork. I subbed a couple of chicken breasts and a can of chickpeas, which I did not add back to the veggies after browning until the very end, or they’d be too dry. The leeks cooked down to a lovely, mellow flavor. This was not actually spicy as written, so you can play with the heat. I served it with herbed rice. We liked it, and the leftovers were good.