Saturday 7 August 2010

Italian-Style Pork Steaks with Sage and White Wine

One of my favourite blogs is “Cooking at Marystow” by the lovely Lucie, her blog is always an inspiration with all her mouth-watering delights. When I spotted this recipe over at her blog I knew I had to make it. Lucie said this was “totally delicious” and she was spot on! This dish has lots of flavour with the sage, garlic and white wine sauce which works wonderfully served with the fresh pasta. It’s a quick meal too, always another bonus if you’re hungry and tired from a long day of shopping (yep I hit TK Maxx this morning and got some lovely kitchenalia). Thanks Lucie for sharing this yummylicious recipe with us, keep them coming!!

Italian-Style Pork Steaks with Sage and White Wine

Serves: 2

15g butter
1 tbsp olive oil
2 Pork Shoulder Steaks
6-8 fresh sage leaves
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
100ml Dry white wine

Heat the butter in a frying pan with the oil until sizzling. Add the steaks and cook over a medium heat for 14 minutes, turning once until the meat is lightly browned on both sides.

Pour off any fat from the pan and add the sage leaves, garlic and plenty of seasoning. Cook for 1 minute then add the wine. Cover the pan and simmer gently for 2 more minutes.

Transfer the steaks to warmed serving plates, increase the heat and simmer the juices until reduced to half. Season to taste and pour over the steaks. Serve with fresh tagliatelle or fettuccine pasta and roasted tomatoes


Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine said...

Hi Maria,
Sorry I didnt look at the date of that, Shelby sent me that link from stumbleupon, and I melted over that kitten, so sorry about his passing. Forgive me for not paying attention
On the other hand here, I love this italian pork steak with wine so glad she led me to your site this recipe is awesome too! Thanks for the visit as well Claudia AKA pegasuslegend @whatscookinitalian cuisine

Unknown said...

Oh yum. I used to cook myself something very similar, but the other half doesn't eat pork, so I don't tend to cook with it much these days.
I'm a big lover of German food. When I travelled around a few of their cities I ate sooooooo much delicious food. They do great pork dishes, I especially loved one with fried onions and mash - mmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Jill x

Maria♥ said...

No worries Claudia. He was a gorgeous kitten and I miss him!

This pork dish is definitely a must try!


Sally said...

This looks yummy!

Brownieville Girl said...

Two great bloggers recommendations - have to try this one!!

What did you buy?????