Lombo di maiale al latte. Pork loin cooked in milk.

Lombo di maiale al latte. Pork loin cooked in milk.
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • A 2lb piece of pork loin.
  • 2 medium sized onions.
  • 2 bay leaves.
  • 25g butter.
  • Extra virgin olive oil.
  • 2 glasses of milk.
  • 1 glass of white wine.
  • Salt and pepper to taste.
In a heavy based pan, melt the butter with the olive oil. Brown the pork loin on all sides over a medium high flame. Add a glass of white wine, once the alcohol has evaporated add the two glasses of milk ( the milk should be at room temperature). Bring to simmer and add the two onions which should be quartered, along with the bay leaves and salt and pepper to taste.

Cook for an hour on a low flame, turning the meat every now and then. Remove the meat from the pan and allow it to cool, in the meantime reduce the sauce until it's quite thick and then make it creamy with a blender. Slice the meat and return it to the pan for a couple of minutes to heat up and then serve.

Lombo di maiale al latte. Pork loin cooked in milk.

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This is a really simple yet tasty dish. Serves 4. Cooking time 1 hour.

Method


In a heavy based pan, melt the butter with the olive oil. Brown the pork loin on all sides over a medium high flame. Add a glass of white wine, once the alcohol has evaporated add the two glasses of milk ( the milk should be at room temperature). Bring to simmer and add the two onions which should be quartered, along with the bay leaves and salt and pepper to taste.

Cook for an hour on a low flame, turning the meat every now and then. Remove the meat from the pan and allow it to cool, in the meantime reduce the sauce until it's quite thick and then make it creamy with a blender. Slice the meat and return it to the pan for a couple of minutes to heat up and then serve.
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