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Curtis Stone’s pork tips

Curtis’ roast pork is served with a tasty chilli sauce. Here’s how it’s done.

Chilli and garlic being fried in a pan

1. Make a smoky chilli sauce 

For a deep, smoky flavour in the sauce, cook the chilli, shallot and garlic over medium-high heat until charred all over.

Uncooked pork being placed on a baking tray with veggies

2. Give it a deep flavour

Place the pork on a mixture of ginger, garlic and shallot – these help the pork develop a rich flavour as it roasts.

Roast pork with a person pulling tin foil off the baking dish

3. Rest it before serving 

You can leave the pork uncovered to rest however, if using foil, don’t cover it tightly as this will soften the crackling.