Gevuld varkenshaasje in de braadzak bereidt


Gevuld varkenshaasje in de braadzak bereidt

Lekker mals varkenshaasje met kruidenkaas in de braadzak

Benodigdheden:

Varkenshaasje

smeerbare kruidenkaas

1 grote aardappel

spruitjes

braadzak

braadschotel

zakje roomsaus

Bereiding:

Verwarm de oven voor op 180 graden.

Snij het varkenshaasje open en smeer de inhoud van het potje kruidenkaas erop.

Schil de aardappel en snijdt deze in dunne plakjes.

Leg deze dakpansgewijs op het varkenshaasje.

Schuif het geheel in de braadzak.

Maak de spruitjes schoon, niet teveel een handjevol is genoeg.

Voeg dit toe in de braadzak.

Leg het geheel op de braadschotel en schuif het in de oven.

Laat dit ongeveer 45 minuten garen.

Maak intussen de roomsaus klaar, zoals beschreven op het pakje.

Haal de gevulde varkenshaas uit de oven en snijdt deze in porties.

Doe de spruitjes in de roomsaus en roer dit goed door.

Giet dit vervolgens over de varkenshaas.

Eet smakelijk.

#braadzakrecept

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