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  • Serves 6
  • 90 minutes
  • Difficulty Medium
  • 7 Ingredients

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Another childhood fav! This one takes me to my nanna's house in NZ!


Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 4-8 Pork bone peices
  • 6 Thick Sausages
  • 4 Large potatoes
  • 1 Large Kumara or Sweet Potato
  • 3 Carrots
  • 2 Large bunches of Watercress Or Cabbage
  • 8 Dough boys ( see My other recipe's for how to make )

Method

  1. Place meat & watercress in large pot and boil until tender. Meat is cooked when it is almost falling off the bone.
  2. 1/2 Hour before serving add chunky vege's.
  3. Make dough boys ( see recipe ) and add to pot about 5 mins before serving.
  4. Served traditionally with lots of buttered bread. ( not so traditionally in my family also with tomato sauce lol )

  • Never heard of if before, interesting!

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  • So interesting! I’ve always wanted to try boil up as hubby said he grew up eating this so I’m going to attempt to make it and hopefully it’s how he remembers it to be.

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  • This is what I was talking bout! Thank you, cant wait to try it

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  • Sounds very filling and perfect for a cold night

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  • Looks Harty am yummy

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  • Looks really hearty.


    • It’s not something I think I have every heard of before.

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  • wow that does sound and look tasty. I love that it is really easy to cook, great for weekends when you want to spend time with family and have a hearty meal. I have never used watercress before so I am willing to give that a try – thanks so much for sharing your recipe :)

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  • Good and hearty food that is both filling and comforting.

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  • A hearty Winter’s meal that look’s delicious!

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  • way to go new zealand

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  • This looks really good! A nice recipe!

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  • Wow !! How good does this look ?? !!

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  • This looks like a heart-warming meal that everyone would enjoy; thanks for sharing!.

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  • Yum, Yum, what a classic!

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  • yeah this is a cool idea

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