Balsamic Glazed Pork Loins with Spinach & Cheese Pepper
I loved this dinner, the balsamic glaze turns really sweet.
Balsamic Vinegar (a few shakes)
Honey (a little squirt)
1/2 tsp oregano, basil & thyme
1tsp garlic puree (I use garlic puree for quickness, fresh garlic clove can be crushed)
Pre-heat the oven to 180.
Add all glaze ingredients to small saucepan, bring to boil then simmer until its thickened.
Sear both sides of the loins/chops in a frying pan.
Place onto oven tray and cover with the glaze (save a little bit).
Cut a pepper in half and remove seeds, stuff with a little cheese and plenty of baby spinach leaves, place on the tray.
Roast for around 10 minutes, depending how thick the pork is. I like my pepper crunchy but this can be roasted for longer.
Whilst its cooking you can prepare your salad and saute the green beans, I boiled a little bit of water in a frying pan and cooked the beans for around 3 minutes.
Add more glaze to the pork before serving.
I served it with mixed crunchy sauteed green beans, salad leaves, baby tomatoes and baby corn. It was delish!