pork patty subs with                        carrot & apple slaw

These tasty, herby pork patties are really simple to make & you can easily double up if you have a crowd to feed! For the sub rolls I went to Greggs where you can get 4 good sized rolls for just £1!

The slaw is nice & easy too & makes a fresh & crunchy contrast to the patties.


Serves 4 Approx 82p per person for the Pork Subs & 25p per person for the slaw.

Prep time 10 mins for the patties & 10 mins for the slaw



500g pork mince

1/2 bunch spring onions, finely chopped

1tsp dried parsley

1 tsp dried thyme

salt & pepper

4 large sub rolls


For the slaw:

1 eating apple, core removed & grated

2 medium carrots, grated

2 tbsp 1/2 fat creme fraiche

2 tbsp mayonaisse


salt & pepper

Place the pork mince in a large bowl with the spring onion, herbs & seasoning.

Mix together well with your hands.

Divide the mixture into 8 equal portions.

Roll each one into a ball then press them flat between your palms, you want them to be about 1-1.5cm thick.


Place the patties on to a tray or plate, cover with cling film & pop them in the fridge to chill & firm up for about 30 minutes.




In the meantime make the slaw.

Put the carrot, apple, mayo & creme fraiche into a large bowl with some seasoning & mix everything together well.


Transfer to an airtight container & place in the fridge until ready to serve.

To cook the patties put 1 tbsp of oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat.

Cook 4 patties at a time to avoid overcrowding the pan. Cook for about 4 minutes each side turning regularly.


Serve 2 patties to a sub roll & top with the slaw.

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