A rich and aromatic combination that bring out the sweetness of pork.
To make this dish you have to first combine walnuts, dry prunes and a bit of grated ginger. Mince everything together with a bit of oil and spread them over the pork.
You will then roll the pork and then coat it with a mix of 3 color black pepper, mustard seeds, allspice, thyme and cinnamon and then cook it in the slow cooker.
Cooking this dish is a treat on its own, as it will fill your kitchen with aromas from the spices.
Keep the cooking juices to top your roll slices when serving and reheating.
We served this recipe with a creamy mash of butternut squash, topped with pecans - which compliments the pork wonderfully.
While incredibly tasty and satisfying, this dish is lighter than a regular mash potato mash.
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