Crisp and surprising light, this was a big hit in my house. I cut these from an inexpensive pork roast so they were just a little bit tough, but the flavor made up for any lack of tenderness. Easy enough for a week night dinner, but still impressive. I love food that makes you look like you know what you’re doing!
I served this with a nice crisp Chardonnay…perfecto!
Barbara @ Barbara Bakes says
I love scallopine at restaurants, but haven’t made it at home. This looks like a great recipe to make at home.
What about the anchovy paste – I thought that was really an unusual ingredient but then couldn’t find it in the steps – did I miss it? Also – try Sears for bathing suits (do NOT go to stylish swimsuit shops in an upscale mall – unless you want a bejeweled suit that costs $$$). But be prepared – they’re made of some tight girdle-like material nowadays. Mine is a simple tricolored tank.
Rocky Mountain Woman says
Yikes! I forgot about it. It goes in with the capers, I’ve fixed the instructions. I am trying to branch out a little and develop some of my own recipes and sometimes get moving so fast I forget to write everything down. Typically, I figure it out the second time I make it, but this one turned out so good, I just posted it.
Thanks for the input. If you make it, let me know how it turns out!
Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella says
That caper topping sounds perfect and like it could be used for other meats too like a nice piece of fish! 😀
Thanks so much for visiting my blogâ€¦it brought me to your lovely blog! So nice to meet you. I also collect more cookbooks than a sane person needs! Love your scallopine recipeâ€¦sounds incredibly delicious!
Jenny Matlock says
Eegads, woman! This looks amazing. I have 1/2 a pork loin in the freezer. It’s going in the fridge to thaw for this weekend.
Arkansas Patti says
Now you tell me. That would have been perfect for my company. Maybe next time. I’ll try it on me first. Thanks.
Hotly Spiced says
This pork and caper meal looks very tasty. I’m sure it was delicious. I love caper sauce. xx
We don’t eat pork nearly enough at my house. I love the way you’ve done this dish. Copied it already!
BTW: LOVED Unbroken!