Cut the pork meat into pieces, wash and drain well. Pour olive oil in a saucepan and, when it gets hot, sauté the onion and pork. Add the chopped tomato, salt, pepper and bring to a boil. Add plenty of water from the beginning and when the pork is tender enough, add the trahana, stirring constantly so that it does not get clumpy. After 8- 10 minutes turn off the heat. Let it cool for half an hour and serve. The dish can be combined with tasty mizithra.
Pork provides high biological value protein, B-complex vitamins, iron, zinc and selenium. It is also one of the most important food sources of magnesium and vitamin B12. It should be noted, though, that it is also a source of saturated fat and cholesterol. Trahana is rich in complex carbohydrates, fiber and various vitamins including B-complex vitamins, which are responsible to a great extent for the healthy development of the human body. It also contains large amounts of antioxidants, minerals and trace elements such as manganese.
Source: Voula Kiriakea