Author Jean Morrison
Pork And Corn Mince
This recipe is great served up with colourful vegetables on the side, served with rice, noodles or couscous or served on toast as a quick weekend meal. It can be made in less than 15 minutes maximum. Now this is a cheap and easy recipe by anyone's standards
Preparation time: 2 minutes
Cooking time: 12 minutes
Quantity: Serves 4
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500 gm pork mince
1 teaspoon chicken stock powder
1 x 420 gm tin creamed corn
1/3 cup water
Garlic salt to taste
Cook the pork and the onion together in a dry pan. No oil is needed as sufficient fat will come out of the pork as it cooks. When the pork is browned and the onions have cooked a little add the remaining ingredients. Stir well until re heated. Serving suggestions above.
Corn is also known as maize and it belongs to the grass family of plants. We are mainly accustomed to the yellow variety but corn can also be blue, red, black and multi coloured. Humans have cultivated corn for over 10,000 years. Corn can not only be eaten as corn on the cob but it can be processed into cornflour, corn syrup, grits and popcorn. It is also used in the manufacturing industry for products that are not edible such as for cardboard and for bio degradable containers. It is also needed for the manufacture of alcohol and ethanol.