Friday, February 18, 2011

Roti de pork en croute recipe from the French Country party

The first thing you want to do is to cook your pork roast in the pan completely.
I added 3 apples and minced garlic.

When the roast is cooked, place it in the fridge for a couple hours and mash the apples (without the skin) and garlic together to make a sauce.

You need 2 pie crusts from the refrigerated section.

Place your roast on the first pie crust and cover with the garlic apple sauce.

Cover with the 2nd pie crust. brush with a some egg or milk. make sure you poke with a knife air vents and decorate with the extra crust according to the event or season.
Cook according to the pie crust directions.

Serve in your favorite dish !

Parties are on my side bar.


Unknown said...

Hey Frenchy! Looks delicious!beijosss

Steffie said...

great recipe!! I love the heart on the top ;)
Steffie xox

Jeni G said...

Pork! My favorite, don't know if I pay enough attention to recipes to be able to pull a beauty like this off. I can't help it, I'm a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants chef. Then again, I wouldn't call myself a chef since my 'experiments' usually end up in the dog dishes. At least Lady and Buster are happy. They never snub their noses at my creations, man's best friends!

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Looks yummy!

It's me said...

That look very delicious !! yammie.....!! lovely weekend love

BonjourRomance said...

Looks delicous, especially the sauce. Love the heart on top.
Bon weekend,

highheeledlife said...

That looks delish!!! will have to try it when my Friend V and her husband .. visit next time. They live in NYC ..but she is from France... xo HHL

Casey Martinez said...

YUm! That looks tasty!

Chyrel Gomez said...

omg! i did not have food for the last 4 hours and all these photos made me hungry.

Monica said...

I WISH I COULD COME OVER FOR A DINNER PARTY! This is beautiful, the heart is a splendid presentation, and im jealous of your cooking skills. Im a vegetarian, but is it wrong to say I might try this!!

Thanks for the follow. Keep making mouth watering dishes. xoxo

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Miss Brightside said...

That looks delicious.. :))
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Chi said...

mhhhm delicious :)

Marnie said...

That looks amazing. I didn't know you could do that with a whole roast. It looks so yummy. Is it easy to slice?

Unknown said...

Marnie it is very easy to slice.

ice pandora said...

First: what a cute name 'Frenchy' ^^
I'm from Holland but I can't call myself 'Dutchy' haha anyway,

It looks delicous really, too bad I don't eat meat haha.. how ironic.
But i'm glad you had a great time :)


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annies home said...

i have heard so much about french food being so delicious these pictures certianally show that

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