Cheese and Chutney Pork Recipe

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A version of the traditional British dish known as ‘rarebit’, where a combination of cheese, Worcestershire sauce and mustard are combined and grilled on top of toast for a quick supper (we have added chutney as an experiment and wow!). Why restrict this delicious topping to only toast! Try it on pork, it tastes really delicious – you can also substitute cheddar for blue cheese for an extra taste kick.

Serves: 4
Preparation Time: 5-10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes



4 x 5 oz pork steaks
½ tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp onion jam/chutney (you can buy this most supermarkets)
2 oz mild cheddar cheese or equivalent hard cheese, grated
2 or 3 stalks of fresh thyme, leaves removed and chopped
A sprinkling of Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp yellow mustard



Mix together the cheese, onion jam, thyme, mustard and Worcestershire sauce in a bowl.

Lightly ‘bash’ the pork steaks, just to break up the muscle slightly and tenderize.

Heat the grill to high. While the grill is coming up to capacity, place the pork on to a flat baking tray (you can line it with foil if you want) and top evenly with the cheese mixture.

Grill until bubbling and almost forming a crust. Serve with broccoli, mixed greens or a tossed salad.