600 g pork shoulder or leg
4-5 slices bacon [thick slices about 1cm, you'll need the butcher to do it]
fat for frying
Salt & pepper
6-7 large garlic cloves.
Slice the meat up and tenderise. Mix in the salt, pepper and all but one crushed garlic clove. Set aside for at half an hour; longer if you can.
Cut slices halfway into the inside of the bacon; this is how it looks[^].
Fry the bacon in fat for a few minutes until cooked through but not too crispy.
Sear the meat in the pan and then put the meat and the garlic mixture into a shallow roasting tin with any juices and cover lightly with foil. Cook in a preheated oven at 190-200oC for about 45 minutes; turning once.
Mix the garlic mixture from the pan with one freshly crushed clove.
Serve the pork with chunky fries and the garlic mixture spread over the top with the bacon on top of that.
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