A joint of meat or to practise without getting your hands messy, a half empty roll of kitchen roll (paper).
preparation 0 mins • you cook for 8 mins •
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This is a good little thing to be able to do as it will instantly open up a whole new section of cooking. You can buy a piece of rolled meat such as lamb or pork shoulder, stuff it with whatever filling takes your fancy, and then tie it up and cook it for your Sunday roast. Alternatively you can use the technique to cook my Roast Pork Tenderloin! All you need to practice is some cooking string, scissors and something to tie-up! I use a half empty roll of kitchen roll which works perfectly.
Some cooking string
A pair of scissors
Before you whatever you are tying up out and ready, along with the string and scissors. Now click here!