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Old 11-07-2012, 05:01 PM   #1
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Pork/Pancetta

Yummy for both company and family Sundays. Place 8 slices of pork tenderloin between waxed paper. Pound til thin,to pound don't go up and down on the meat but use a sliding movement to stretch the meat Then place a slice of pancetta 8 of them over each piece of pork. Now roll the bundles and secure with 1-2 toothpicks. Melt 1 Tab. evoo and 3 Tab. butter in med skillet.When nice and warm add the meat and 3 fresh or dry bay leaves.. Cook meat over med heat til golden on all sides Salt and pepper then add 1 cup dry white wine.cook uncovered about 10 min or til wine is almost gone from pan. You need 3-4 Tab of the reduced wine that you can spoon over the pork that you've put on a warm platter.This should serve 4 around here DH and I can put this whole thing away in one sitting.
We like it with saffron rice, or brown buttered pasta.
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This sounds delicious Kades
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Yum, pork on pork...always a good thing! Thanks, Ma!
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Old 11-10-2012, 10:18 AM   #4
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This sounds delicious Kades
Hey you two. I love this, as PF said pork on pork a good thing.
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Pork on pork, love it
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