Rub-a-dub-dub {grilled} pork

How I do like a bit of pork… Yep – steak is always great, but give me a nice bit of roasted or grilled pork any day – YUM.
Ok, so with quite a busy weekend behind us, I’m now catching up a bit from last week and posting this delicious rubbed and grilled pork recipe.
{Our very dear friends have finally tied the knot on Saturday, after SEVEN years, in a tranquil country garden setting. Our kids stayed at home with another dear friend of mine – a first for them to be without us for the night – and all went well! Ah – bliss – a good weekend indeed!}

Right, here’s the recipe:

You will need the following for the rub:

Coriander seeds
Yellow mustard seeds
Fresh garlic
Brown sugar
Olive oil
Freshly ground sea salt
Pepper

Dry roast the coriander & mustard seeds in a pan until nice and toasted.
Place everything in a mortar & pestle and get your young child to grind everything into a nice paste.

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Use thick pork steaks with a bit of fat running through it and rub generously with the rub. Let them ‘marinate’ for at least an hour before grilling, just to give all the flavours a chance to mingle and absorb into the meat.

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Braai or grill the steaks on a hot grill, turning every 5 minutes or so until they are cooked, but still juicy, and a nice golden brown colour.
Delicious served with gem squash {with a dollop of butter and a sprinkle of salt}. X

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