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Chickpea chard pork

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Chickpea chard pork

Tender pork fillet, charred peppers & greens

Tender pork fillet, charred peppers & greens

Serves 4

Cooks In29 minutes

DifficultyNot too tricky

Nutrition per serving
  • Calories 325 16%

  • Fat 13.3g 19%

  • Saturates 3.4g 17%

  • Sugars 3.9g 4%

  • Salt 1g 17%

  • Protein 30.9g 62%

  • Carbs 20.9g 8%

  • Fibre 5.6g -

Of an adult's reference intake


  • 400 g piece of higher-welfare pork fillet
  • 1 x 480 g jar of roasted peeled peppers in brine
  • 300 g rainbow chard
  • 1 heaped teaspoon fennel seeds
  • 1 x 660 g jar of chickpeas

Recipe From

5 Ingredients – Quick & Easy Food

By Jamie Oliver


  1. Put a large shallow casserole pan on a high heat. Season the pork with sea salt and black pepper, then place in the pan with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and sear for 5 minutes, turning halfway.
  2. Meanwhile, drain the peppers and quickly dice into 1cm chunks, then trim and finely slice the chard, stalks and all.
  3. Remove the pork to a plate, then add the fennel seeds, peppers and all the chard to the pork fat left behind in the pan. Stir and fry for 2 minutes, then pour in the chickpeas and their juice, stir, and bring to the boil.
  4. Sit the pork back in so it’s touching the base of the pan, pour over any resting juices, cover, and simmer gently on a medium heat for 12 minutes, or until the pork is just cooked through and it all smells incredible, turning the pork occasionally.
  5. Rest for 2 minutes, slice the pork, season the chickpeas to perfection, adding a splash of red wine vinegar, drizzle with extra virgin olive oil, and serve.


– No pork? No problem. Try chicken thighs instead.
– When it comes to the chickpeas, go for tinned, no worries, or use any other bean you have in the cupboard.
– Any leafy greens can replace the chard, kale or spinach would work a treat.
– You can roast up your own peppers if you prefer.
– And, as always, you can swap in any woody herbs; rosemary, thyme, bay, you name it.

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