Viking Pork

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Transform a dull pork steak into a delicious dinner with a tangy cheese-and-onion topping. Super quick and easy to make, this country-pub inspired classic will quickly become a family favourite! We’re not sure where the Viking name originated, but we think it describes the bold and tangy flavours in this dish, so we kept the name anyway!

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You could add a pinch of chilli flakes or a dash of hot sauce to the cheese mix if you like things spicy

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Like a bit of spice?
Add an extra "glug" of Worcestershire Sauce (we can't get Henderson's Relish round these parts) to give it a bit more spice. It goes so well with the melted cheese and fried onions.
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Full of flavour, absolutely delicious and easy to make.
As I was already using the oven I used the oven, not the grill, to cook the pork and the topping on the pork steaks.
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Absolutely delicious
Served with lots of steamed veg and roasted parsnips and carrots.

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‘This is such a flavoursome meal. Melted cheese, fried onions, Worcestershire Sauce and pork, what's not to like? It goes really well with new potatoes, a bit of parsley and baked beans. A definite family favourite for us!’

Janice Charlesworth

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