This recipe makes good use of any leftover roast pork. Cook the sauce, add the pork and serve!
I saw the other reviews and tweaked the recipe a bit and it went a bit more sweet and sour but was absolutely delicious! I used half the amount of Worcestershire sauce, added an extra splash of lemon juice, no cayenne (we didn't have any) and put in about 1 tablespoon of tomato purée. I say about - I didn't measure, just squeezed. I also put fried onions with it and then put it in the a Rayburn to heat up together. The kids tend to get my test recipes and they loved it! They had it in rolls and the sauce was a bit wet so soaked into the roll (handy if they're going stale). Hubby and I taste tasted the leftovers and he asked if we could have it for tea soon, so I guess it was a hit! - 07 Oct 2013
Went down well with family, no major complaints. Found it tasted alot of the worcestershire so might play about with it a bit next time - 02 Apr 2012
i added 3 tablespoons of honey and a big dollop of tomato puree, fried up some onion, pepper and courgette mixed it altogether till meat was hot and served it with rice. loverly - 27 Nov 2015