Pork Fillet Saltimbocca

Saltimbocca means 'jump in the mouth' - this dish is so quick, it does just that!

Recipe By: Julia (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/371)
Serves 2 Prep: 10 min Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Pork fillets 160g
Parma ham slices 6
Sage leaves 6
Salt & pepper as required
Butter 2 tsp
White wine 5-6 tbsp
Salt (for the sauce) as required

Method

1
Cut the pork fillets into 6 slices 1.5cm thick and tenderise to about 2mm. Season lightly with pepper.
2
Place a sage leaf on each fillet and sandwich it between a slice of parma ham cut in half. Dredge with flour and shake off the excess.
3
Put 1 tsp butter in a large frying pan and fry the pork fillets on medium heat to brown both sides (3 minutes each). Remove and keep aside.
4
In the same pan, add the remaining butter on high heat and pour in the white wine and a pinch of salt. Reduce the sauce, it's now ready.
5
Arrange the pork fillet slices on a serving dish and pour over the sauce. Enjoy with a leaf salad.

Tips & Note

You won't need to season with salt at Step 1 because the parma ham will add saltiness. The most popular meat for a saltimbocca is veal, but you can use chicken or pork. It's even worth trying with cod!

Pork Fillet Saltimbocca

Saltimbocca means 'jump in the mouth' - this dish is so quick, it does just that!

Recipe By: Julia (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/371)

Serves 2

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Pork fillets 160g
Parma ham slices 6
Sage leaves 6
Salt & pepper as required
Butter 2 tsp
White wine 5-6 tbsp
Salt (for the sauce) as required

Pork Fillet Saltimbocca

Recipe ID :2046 Posted on 21 SEP 2016

Serves 2

Prep 10min
Cook 10min
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Saltimbocca means 'jump in the mouth' - this dish is so quick, it does just that!

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160g
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5-6 tbsp
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Method

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10min
Cook
10min
1
Cut the pork fillets into 6 slices 1.5cm thick and tenderise to about 2mm. Season lightly with pepper.
2
Place a sage leaf on each fillet and sandwich it between a slice of parma ham cut in half. Dredge with flour and shake off the excess.
3
Put 1 tsp butter in a large frying pan and fry the pork fillets on medium heat to brown both sides (3 minutes each). Remove and keep aside.
4
In the same pan, add the remaining butter on high heat and pour in the white wine and a pinch of salt. Reduce the sauce, it's now ready.
5
Arrange the pork fillet slices on a serving dish and pour over the sauce. Enjoy with a leaf salad.

Tips & Note

You won't need to season with salt at Step 1 because the parma ham will add saltiness. The most popular meat for a saltimbocca is veal, but you can use chicken or pork. It's even worth trying with cod!

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