Recipe - Pork Roast in Beer sauce and Fynbos Honey

Posted under Food and Wine Blog by Grootbos on 24th June 2011

Recipe - Pork Roast in Beer sauce and Fynbos Honey

As we set into the colder months we get ready to cook “old school” with lots of stews, braises and slow cooked food we are sure to please our guests with a hot dish next to the fire place. In the winter months we keep ourselves busy with preserves, honey and jams, taking our time for the perfect end product.

So from the kitchen we welcome you to come and join us for some delicious hot food.

Duane Lewis - Executive Chef

Pork Roast in Beersauce Recipe

Ingredients (for 4 persons):

1 kg Pork’s neck (without bones)

Salt Pepper Marjoram Rosemary

3 tbsp of oil

300g onions

¼ litre of light beer

1 bayleaf

300g of mushrooms

1/8 litre of broth

1 tbsp of Grootbos Fynbos Honey

1 tbsp of sauce thickener


Firstly wash and dab the meat dry. Rub the spices around the meat. Then place the pork in a roasting dish and roast it gently. Deduct, dice and add the onions. Roast it shortly. Afterwards add the beer and the bayleaf. The pork has to cook for 1 ½ hours in the oven, at 200 degrees. Wash, clean and chop the mushrooms. Add the mushrooms ca. 8 minutes before the end of cooking time. Then take out the meat and keep it warm. Add the broth and the honey to the meat stock, thicken it and taste it. Slice the pork roast and arrange it with the beersauce. On request garnish it with rosemary and marjoram.

And now, enjoy!

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