I saw this recipe by Bill Granger in Delicious magazine (which I really like), and thought it looked like a delicious and easy mid week meal. Not a big fan of green peppercorns per se, but.... thought I would give it a go.
When I try a new recipe, I like to 'sort of' stick to the suggested ingredients to see how it turns out. However, I had to add one White Onion, sliced into eighths and two chopped Garlic Cloves - no question about it. The rest I followed as per the recipe.
With a few changes, this is a lovely dish which is why I have included it in the blog.
First of all I only had Pork Loin Steaks which I sliced. Next time I would use Tenderloin Fillet - wouldn't be as 'firm' when cooked.
Secondly, as I suspected, replace the green peppercorns with coarsely chopped black peppercorns. Much softer and less bitter.
I served the dish with Quinoa cooked in chicken stock. Delicious meal, but would be much better with black peppercorns. Will try it again and let you know.