Necessity is the mother of invention and that plus laziness is the mother of this recipe. I wanted something simple for dinner with what we had in the kitchen so I started rummaging through the kitchen to see what I could put together.
I found a pork loin, an apple and some potatoes. BINGO! An onion, fresh sage from the garden and the usual EVOOS&PTT (extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper to taste) and dinner was in the making: Sage Pork and Potato Bake.
I peeled the potatoes, apples and onion:
Then chopped everything up:
Put it in a casserole dish and tossed it with the olive oil and a bit of salt and pepper. Which I forgot to photograph, oops!
Then I baked it. The sage made the whole house smell like a campfire. YUM!
Mix and match with what you have on hand. I could have gone with fresh rosemary, but there are four sage plants between the back door and the rosemary bush. If I had more potatoes I would have added more and maybe some turnips too.
The recipe below should really meant as just an inspiration.
And now let's see what my amazing fellow bloggers have created with our Tasty Tuesdays Link Up.
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Until next time, happy eating.
Thank you so much for co-hosting this party Audrey 🙂
I cannot comment on you dish as I'm a vegetarian, and even if I weren't - we're not allowed to eat pork (religious reason). So believe it or not - I don't even know what pork tastes like 🙂
I understand Winnie! This wasn't supposed to be the post today, but my little boy got sick so we couldn't make the recipe I had planned. Thanks for linking up, your recipes are ALWAYS amazing.
Sounds tasty - Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board.
Kelly @ Mum-bo
I love the idea of using radishes in this dish. My Mum just dropped off some fresh radishes and I think I might try them in this recipe! Thanks for linking up at Mum-bo Monday
Lou Lou Girls
Oh my…so delicious! I always get so excited to see what you have brought to the party! Pinned and tweeted. Thank you for being part of our party. I hope to see you on tonight at 7. Lou Lou Girls