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Easy Roast Pork With Couscous and Roast Cauliflower and Caramelised Beetroot and Carrots

Hello TCW readers and fellow food lovers.  How are you all doing?  Hope all is well.   Today in cooking I am sharing a simple pork roast seasoned the Sierra Leonean way and oven roasted to tender juiciness and mouth watering goodness, trust me on this one seriously.  Before I go any further I must leave a disclaimer for all the passionate foodies who might want to insult me for touching the ingredients without gloves when I am wearing nail polish.  Here we go:  

Dear foodie, this is just a recipe which I chose to share.  I have not cooked it for you.  If you like what you see, please buy the ingredients and prepare it for your family with your hands washed and gloved right up to your elbow.  As I share this recipe, my family is still alive and well, so thank you for your concern.😜😛😜

So as I was saying before my little disclaimer, this pork is easy to prepare and it is so good I bet it will become one of your favourites if you try it.  In Sierra Leone we would either pot roast it or barbecue it over hot coal.

The Ingredients I used are: 1 small shallot, 2 maggi cubes, 4 large cloves garlic, 2 dried chilies, 1 habanero chili, ginger, 1kg pork, black pepper, olive oil and salt.
 Blend together the chilies, shallot, maggi, ginger and garlic 
 Cut pork roast into pieces so it cooks quickly
 rub the pork with the chili mixture, black pepper and salt to taste, cover and marinate for at least two hours or overnight. 
 It will look like this when it is out of the fridge.  Preheat oven to 180C fan forced and cook for 1.5 hours or till pork is tender. 
Thank you for stopping by and reading this post.  If you use this recipe, let me know if you enjoyed it. Please don't forget to let me know know you were here by leaving a comment below and I will swing by your blog to say howdy.  

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