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Sauce to go with pork medallions – quick recipe needed

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Monkeysmom Tue 14-Jun-05 09:50:49

I have a dinner party tonight and would like to cook pork medallions with some sort of very easy to cook sauce. Needs to be healthy as I would like to save some for ds tomorrow’s lunch ( he's 14 months old).

csa Tue 14-Jun-05 09:55:05

creamy garlic mushroom sauce?

beachyhead Tue 14-Jun-05 09:55:56

Squash them flat and coat in flour, then brown in butter.
Set aside and fry 2 onions and some mushrooms (chopped). Add to pork.
With remaining butter, add some flour to make roux, add tin of tomatoes, then refill tin 2/3rds full of milk. Add to tomatoes. Then add one tablespoon of brown sugar, one tablespoon of malt vinegar and splash of worcester sauce.

Add all this to pork and veg and put in oven for one hour at about 180 or gas mark 5.

Good standard family recipe - eaten every week at beachy's house.......

Nice with baked pots and green veg.

Sorry about quantities - just the way I cook!

albert Tue 14-Jun-05 09:56:00

Here you go, couldn't be easier: mix together some cream with some whole grain mustard and heat gently. That's it!! Very yummy too! Not too sure if your DS will agree though.

beachyhead Tue 14-Jun-05 09:56:30

Not good recipe if you are Jewish

Frieda Tue 14-Jun-05 10:23:46

Porc Normande: (well, my version) Brown the medaliions quickly on a hot griddle, then pop in a few slices of eating apple (about 3-4 per person). Brown these quickly, then wrap loosely in foil – the apple slices on top of the pork – and bake in the oven for 20 minutes (about gas 5).
Remove the foil parcels from the oven and carefully pour the juices from the parcels into the griddle pan. Add a generous splash of brandy (or cider, if you don't have brandy) and turn up the heat, stirring until the liquid has reduced by half. Add a teaspoon of grainy mustard, then finish off with double cream (quantity according to taste).
It really is yummy, and very easy. Sauce might be quite rich for a 14-month-old, though, but any alcohol will have been burned off in the cooking. You could serve ds's just with the baked apple slices.

TracyK Tue 14-Jun-05 10:27:29

or i use nat. yoghurt, bit of mayo and wholegrain mustard. pop in micro for 20 secs and its yummy.

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