Pork Medallions with a Creamy Mushroom S

Pork Medallions with a Creamy Mushroom Sauce♥
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Serves:
4 people

Prep Time:
5 minutes
Cook Time:
15-20 minutes
Per portion:
£2

Ingredients:
500g Salad Potatoes

2 x 300g British Pork Fillet Medallions (Available from 15th May while stocks last.)

1 tbsp Solesta Olive Oil

250g Chestnut Mushrooms

2 x 135g packs Baby Sweetcorn

2 tbsp Napoleon Brandy

150ml Cowbelle Single Cream

3 tsp Trois Lys Wholegrain Mustard

Freshly Ground Salt

Black Pepper

Method:
Cook the potatoes in lightly salted boiling water for 15-20 minutes until tender. Drain and return to the pan. Add a few twists of black pepper and using a fork lightly crush the potatoes.

Whilst the potatoes are cooking sauté the medallions in the oil in a large frying pan for around 5 minutes, then turn over.

In the meantime, slice the mushrooms and add to the pan when you have turned the pork. Continue cooking for a further 5 minutes.

Meanwhile, steam or simmer the baby corn.

Add the brandy to the pork and cook for a couple more minutes. Stir in the cream and then the mustard (adding the mustard will thicken the cream). Heat through for a minute then serve alongside the potatoes and corn.

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