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• Red: Tomato & Strawberry Gazpacho, Prawn Salad with Sriracha Tofu Dressing, Rhubarb-Glazed Chickens with Radicchio Slaw, Harissa Beef Filet with Almonds & Pomegranate
pork fillet & slaw with rosemary flatbread
PREP + COOK TIME45 MINUTES SERVES 4 1/3 POUND PORK FILLET, TRIMMED 1 TABLESPOON OLIVE OIL 1 CUP WHOLE-WHEAT SELF-RISING FLOUR 1 CUP WHITE SELF-RISING FLOUR ½ TEASPOON SALT 1 CUP GREEK-STYLE YOGURT 2 TEASPOONS WHOLE-GRAIN MUSTARD 1/3 POUND PURPLE GRAPES, HALVED 1 TABLESPOON FRESH ROSEMARY LEAVES 2½ OUNCES FETA IN OIL ½ POUND RED CABBAGE, SHREDDED FINELY
1 Preheat the oven to 425°F. Line two large baking sheets with parchment paper.
2 Brush pork with oil; season. Heat a medium frying pan over high heat; cook pork, covered, for 8 minutes or until well browned all over and just cooked through. Transfer to a plate; cover with foil, rest for 10 minutes.
3 Meanwhile, combine flours and salt in a medium bowl. Make a well in the center; add yogurt and mustard, mix to form a soft dough. Turn onto a lightly floured surface; knead until smooth. Divide dough into four equal portions; roll each portion into a 4¾ x 8–inch oval. Place ovals on prepared baking sheets; top with half the grapes and half the rosemary. Bake for 12 minutes or until golden and risen.
4 Reserve 2 tablespoons of the oil from the feta. Place cabbage, remaining grapes, and remaining rosemary in a medium bowl with reserved oil; toss gently to combine. Season.
5 Serve flatbread topped with feta, slaw, and sliced pork; drizzle with juices on plate from pork. Season with sea salt flakes.
TIP: The flatbread dough can also be grilled or pan-fried and served with grilled meat, chicken, vegetables, and curries.
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