How to A Nice Pasta Dish With Lightly Smoked Pork Loin

This is a dish that is perfect for people with not enough time to cook a home cooked meal every night. It goes very fast and it tastes good too.

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How to A Nice Pasta Dish With Lightly Smoked Pork Loin Recipe
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The meat is smoked pork loin and it has quite a distinct flavor. You can eat it raw, sometimes children prefer it that way, but it tastes better when cooked. It comes vacuum-packed.

The meat is smoked pork loin and it has quite a distinct flavor. You can eat it raw, sometimes children prefer it that way, but it tastes better when cooked. It comes vacuum-packed.

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Remove the string, then slice it. Usually a piece weighs about 1,5 kilos. Depending on how many you are feeding,  freeze the rest, or fry the leftovers and have it with eggs for breakfast.

Remove the string, then slice it. Usually a piece weighs about 1,5 kilos. Depending on how many you are feeding, freeze the rest, or fry the leftovers and have it with eggs for breakfast.

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Put the sliced meat in an oven pan. Thaw the spinach in the microwave and then squeeze out the excess water. Add it on top of the meat.

Put the sliced meat in an oven pan. Thaw the spinach in the microwave and then squeeze out the excess water. Add it on top of the meat.

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Then add sliced sun dried tomatoes.

Then add sliced sun dried tomatoes.

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Pour your preferred sauce on top.  Homemade bechamel/4 cheeses sauce tastes so much better but it also works with a ready made version.

Pour your preferred sauce on top. Homemade bechamel/4 cheeses sauce tastes so much better but it also works with a ready made version.

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Put the dish in the oven for about 20 minutes or until the sauce has got some colour.

Put the dish in the oven for about 20 minutes or until the sauce has got some colour.

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Dinner's ready! Serve with your favorite pasta. We used tagliatelle, yummie!

Dinner's ready! Serve with your favorite pasta. We used tagliatelle, yummie!

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