How to Make Normandy Pork Casserole
- Heat the oven to 325 degrees F.
- In a casserole dish, melt half of the butter on medium-high heat, add half of the pork, season it and fry it for at least 10 minutes so it has browned properly. Take the meat out of the casserole dish with the help of a slotted spoon and set aside.
- Add the remainder of the butter to the casserole and cook the remaining pork for 10 minutes until it has browned properly.
- In a separate pan, dry-fry the lardons until they become crispy. Take them out and set aside. And start frying the shallots, onions, and celery until they become tender.
- In the casserole, add the pork, lardons, shallots, onion, and celery. Give it a mix and add the cider and chicken stock on top. Cover the dish and cook it in the oven for 2 hours or until the pork softens.
- After the pork is tender, add the crème fraiche, corn flour mix, mustard, and tarragon on top. Heat it on the hob, and keep stirring until the sauce thickens and serve.
- Casserole is a baked food that is made by mixing many ingredients together so they taste good!
- Casseroles are nutritional meals.
The most popular type of casserole is the green bean casserole.