Pork fricassee is one of those dishes we prepare for our everyday lunches and dinners - simple, unpretentious and satisfying. It will also decorate the festive table, since meat is always relevant. At its core, fricassee is an ordinary gravy that can be used for mashed potatoes, pasta, and crumbly cereals. Be sure to try it, you won't regret it!
Purpose: For lunch / For dinner
Main Ingredient: Meat / Vegetables / Pork / Potatoes
Dish: Hot dishes / Fricassee
Cuisine geography: Greek / European
- Pork - 1 Kilogram
- Breadcrumbs - 5 Tbsp. spoons
- Potatoes - 1 Kilogram
- Chili Pepper - 2 Pieces
- Butter - 2 tbsp. spoons
- Onion - 1 Piece
- Garlic - 5 Cloves
- Cumin - 2 Teaspoons
- Salt, black pepper - To taste
- Boiled Canned Corn - 400 Grams
- Vegetable oil - To taste (for frying)
- Water - 1.5 Glasses
How to cook "Greek Pork Fricassee"
1. Boil potatoes in salted water.
2. Remove all seeds from the chili and strip the membranes. Pour boiling water over the chili pepper and leave it for a few minutes to remove the unnecessary bitterness and excessive pungency.
3. Cut the meat into large pieces.
4. Fry in vegetable oil in a skillet.
5. Chop the onion and add it to the pan, then add the cumin, pepper, garlic and salt. Simmer the meat in water for 40 minutes. Add butter.
6. Add the breadcrumbs to the broth to thicken. Garnish with boiled potatoes and peppers before serving. On top of the meat, place a couple of tablespoons per serving of canned boiled corn. Enjoy your meal!