Primavera chinese pork w/wild rice & cheese
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Primavera chinese pork w/wild rice & cheese
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:19:07 AM. Recipe ID 50309. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Primavera chinese pork w/wild rice & cheese
 Categories: Pork
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
           -ELAYNE CALDWELL KVNH17B
      1 lb Pork loin
    1/2 c  Hoisin sauce
      1 tb Garlic; chopped
      1 tb Ginger root; chopped
      1 tb Lemon grass; chopped
    1/4 c  Soy sauce
      1 c  Wild rice
      2 c  Chicken stock
     20    Chestnuts
           Butter, as needed
      1 tb Garlic; chopped
      1 tb Shallot; chopped
           Zest of one orange
    1/8 c  Hoisin sauce
           Salt and pepper
 
   Clean and trim the pork loin. Heat oven to 450F. Combine the hoisin
  sauce, garlic, ginger, lemon grass and soy sauce; brush the pork loin
  with it. Place pork in heated oven and immediately reduce heat to
  300F. Roast pork 15 minutes, continuing to brush with soy mixture.
  Cool the pork. For rice: Combine wild rice and stock in saucepan.
  Simmer until rice is tender, about 45 minutes. Cool and chop the
  pork. For chestnuts: With the tip of a paring knife, cut an "X" into
  each chestnut. Place in preheated 400F oven a few minutes (usually
  about 10 minutes). Take out and cool. Peel off shell and chop
  chestnut meat.
   To serve: Melt butter in electric frying pan or Chinese wok. Add
  garlic, shallots, chopped pork, chopped orange zest, cooked wild
  rice, chopped chestnut meat and hoisin sauce. Cook over moderate
  heat. Season with salt and pepper.
   From: Minneapolis Star Tribune 3/90.
  
  ~-- Auntie Elaine/FRAMINGHAM/learning her way around/GEnie
 




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Recipe ID 50309 (Apr 03, 2005)

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