One Pot Pork and Apple Stew

One Pot Pork and Apple Stew

My Dad was a huge fan of pork and this is one of his favourites. He didn’t normally like sweet and savoury together. However for this meal he made an exception. Dad made this dish with cider which you are more than welcome to try.

As it’s the New Year I wanted to make this dish slightly healthier. So instead of cider I have used chicken stock. The apples gave this meal a little sweetness which my husband and son love in their dinners. It’s a very simple dish that families can enjoy together. Plus it’s a healthy one too.

Serves 4

One Pot Pork and Apple Stew


  • Sharp knife
  • Chopping board
  • Large saucepan
  • Wooden spoon
  • Teaspoon


  • Leftover cooked pork or uncooked pork x 500 g
  • Leek x 1
  • Apples x 4 eating
  • Potatoes x 500 g
  • Chicken stock x 1 litre
  • Broccoli
  • Dried mixed herbs x 2 tsps
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  • Start by slicing the leek.
  • Depending on the size of the potatoes, peel and cut into quarters – about 2 inch pieces.
  • Then peel, core and cut your apples into quarter pieces.
  • Finally cut the broccoli into small florets.
  • Put the large pan on a high heat.
  • Add the oil and spread evenly across the base of the pan.
  • When the pan is hot add the leek and fry until they become translucent/see through.
  • If you are using uncooked pork add to the pan and cook until browned all over.
  • Pour in the stock and bring to the boil.
  • Now add in the potatoes and apples.
  • Boil the potatoes for 12 – 15 minutes or until they are soft.
  • Add in the broccoli and boil for 5 minutes or again until soft.
  • Finally if you are using cooked pork add to the pan to heat through.
  • Turn the heat down and leave to simmer until ready to serve.
  • Then serve and enjoy.
One Pot Pork and Apple Stew

One Pot Pork and Apple Stew is a great dish that will feed a family of four. I used cooked pork for this dish. We had leftovers from Christmas and I needed to find a yummy dish to make with them. However, you can use uncooked pork too. It’s a delicious dish with both these types of pork. When my husband and son ate this dish the plates their dinners were on were cleaned. So definitely a good dinner for those fussy eaters. However you decide to eat this dish, as always, enjoy!

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