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Simon

That sounds and looks fantastic (and a post from your reminds me it's getting to the time of year when a chicken and sweet potatoe chilli needs to be made...).

Out of interest, what's the benefit of pan roasting the veggies - since the oven's on anyway to caramelize the pork, I'd be tempted just to shove them in there and save washing up two pans :)

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Nothing like a nice braise, huh? Truly comfort food.

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Beautiful meal!

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made this for a dinner party this weekend to rave reviews - so delicious, served with a salad of shaved radicchio, fennel, watercress, endive, pears, toasted pumpkin seeds and manchego cheese tossed with a red wine/mustard vinaigrette. was the perfect mix of flavors to go with the smoky, spicy braised meat.

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I made this Sunday evening and it was fantastic. I added sweet potatoes to the pan roasted veggies and it turned out great. I found it a little salty so when I try it again, I will cut the salt out altogether. Fantastic Dish. The house smelled sooo good.

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I really loved this dish except for one thing. After removing the meat from the fridge you say to season with 1 tablespoon and 2 teaspoons salt. I used about 2 tsp of salt total and it was borderline too salty. Also I did opt to roast my veggies in the oven at the same time. I'd recommend waiting an hour or so before starting the veggies. It all came out great and with the addition of a bit of lime juice the sauce was palatable. I may add more stock to the sauce and use it for another dish since it's a bit too salty as is but has a great flavor.

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Looks so yummy. I'm not really into eating pork, I prefer beef, can I use beef instead of pork for this recipe? or maybe chicken, I just love to try this recipe, it seems very flavorful.

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The food looks so tasty, it looks as if it took awhile to prepare :). I just moved to my new house and find it as perfect dish after finishing off a hectic move with, though! My children love it very much.

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Great recipe, I follow every step and made it for diner tonight and...all my family loved it! I will make it again as I loved it too and it's not complicated at all, and its not really fat food, so we stay in shape with little exercise!

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