Stop a minute and read because this special recipe will make you look like a great chef, even if it’s one of the simplest ever! I adore this extra delicious and easy Scrumptious Pork Loin With Milk Sauce Recipe from Emilia Romagna, a region located in northern Italy. And I do for several reasons: you need four elements to do it. First, you don’t have to take care of too much of the cooking. It comes simply “wow” and tastes like a super extra luxurious dish.
This is a must-try if you like a refreshing way to eat your pork loins. I think the white sauce is divine. And what makes this better is that you can quickly cook it in mere minutes.
Scrumptious Pork Loin With Milk Sauce RecipePrint Recipe
- 1 pork loin or fillet
- 3 pints of full-fat milk
- 2 laurel leaves (not necessary)
- Black pepper to garnish
- Pour 1 big chopped onion into a large pan.
- Add 1 or 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil, depending on your habits. Do not add salt.
- Stir the chopped onion until it turns slightly “golden”.
- Place the pork loin in the pan and turn the heat to max temperature. Let it cook for about 5 minutes.
- Turn the loin upside down and let it cook for 5 more minutes!
- Reduce temperature to a minimum. Pour the full-fat milk into the pan.
- There’s not an exact quantity of milk. It simply has to cover quite completely the fillet. In my case, I used 3 pints of full-fat milk. Do not add salt.
- Add 2 laurel leaves to give a more Italian flavour, and let it cook for about 1 hour and a half at a very low temperature depending on the dimension of your fillet.
- If you think the loin is cooked, but your sauce is still too watery, pick up the fillet.
- Add 1 teaspoon of flour (gluten-free if needed) until the sauce thickens. You won’t have to wait to choose if to add some more flour or not; the sauce will start thickening right away.
- Whether you use flour or not, the milk at this point should look like a lumpy cream. With a spoon or a fork, crush the lumps and mix it with the remaining sauce.
- Add a pinch of salt. Stir well.
- Once the milk is wholly reduced into a sauce, cut the pork loin into slices and serve it with its sauce and top with pepper.