From the mildly spiced pork strips and sweet and juicy corn-adorned slaw, to the fluffy couscous and creamy dressing, you'll want to put more pork on your fork with this cheerful weeknight dinner.
This recipe is under 650kcal per serving.
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chicken-style stock powder
ranch dressing(ContainsEgg, Milk)
All-American spice blend(ContainsSulphitesMay be present Gluten)
white wine vinegar
• Boil the kettle. • In a large bowl, combine couscous and chicken-style stock powder. Add the boiling water (see ingredients), then stir to combine. Immediately cover with a plate and set aside for 5 minutes. • Fluff up with a fork.
• Drain sweetcorn. Heat a large frying pan over a high heat. Cook sweetcorn, stirring occasionally, until lightly charred, 4-5 minutes. • Meanwhile, thinly slice celery. In a medium bowl, combine a drizzle of olive oil and white wine vinegar. Season with salt and pepper. Add slaw mix, celery and charred corn.
TIP: Cover the pan with a lid if the kernels are "popping" out.
• In a second medium bowl, combine all-American spice blend and a drizzle of olive oil. Season, then add pork strips, tossing to coat. • Return frying pan to a high heat with a drizzle of olive oil. Once hot, cook pork strips, in batches, tossing until browned and cooked through, 1-2 minutes. Transfer to a plate.
TIP: The spice blend will char slightly in the pan, this adds to the flavour!
• Toss corn slaw to combine. • Divide couscous and the corn slaw between bowls. Top with seared pork, pouring over any juices from the pan. • Drizzle with ranch dressing. Top with pickled jalapeños (if using) to serve.
TIP: The jalapeños are a little spicy! Add less or leave them out, if preferred.