Pork Roast, Just Kidding!





Introduction: Pork Roast, Just Kidding!

This is a dish that I really like that was popularized by a manga known as "Food Wars". I put my own spin on it so I hope you like it! Essentially this is mixed mashed potatoes wrapped in bacon with sauce. At the end this should taste like a pork roast! This will serve 3 people.

Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients


5 Potatoes
8 Mushrooms

2 Celery stalks

1 Onion

18 slices of bacon

Butter (half a stick)

Salt & Pepper

Rosemary 2 pinches

Red wine (15:1 of soy sauce)

Soy Sauce

Olive Oil


Step 2: Prep Potatoes

1. Chop up your mushrooms, onions, and celery.

2. Saute your vegetables in a large pan with your olive oil

3. Boil your potatoes

4. Mash the potatoes

5. Combine vegetables and potatoes into same pot

Once steps 1-5 are done stir well and then mold your loafs into 3 equal portions.

Step 3: Wrap Your Loafs

Wrap the loafs in bacon. Wrap them so that you cannot see the potatoes and tie them with twine. The twine will keep the bacon on the loaf when you turn them in the oven. Now put them in the oven for 25 minutes at 375 degrees. After 15 minutes you should turn the loafs over so that the fat from the bacon doesn't fry the bottom of your loaf. You want it to cook evenly.

In a saucepan cook your red wine, butter, soy sauce until sauce thickens. Season to taste!

Red wine (15:1 of soy sauce)

Half stick of butter

Rosemary 2 pinches

Salt & Pepper

*Remember to remove twine before you pour your sauce over your roast!*



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    Shokugeki no Souma.

    Awesome! I've always thought to make this. Thanks for the recipe!

    I was thinking the same thing when I saw this

    I'm making it this friday for some friends I thought since I'm currently rping as soma and since I really wanted to try this ... I thought what a better meal for a group of otakus hanging out.

    looks yummy!

    This looks quite tasty! Thanks for sharing this recipe!