Saturday, February 8, 2014

Glazed Pork Scaloppini & Mashed Red Potatoes

Although originally my glaze was supposed to be straight apples, and accidental mixing up of the Peach and Apple jelly led to a slight hint of peach as well!  It turned out splendidly!  I would definitely make it again! 

Glazed Pork Scaloppini

5 Tbsp Butter
4 Pork Scaloppinis
Seasoning (Alpine Touch, Basil, Tarragon, Brown Sugar Bourbon, Ground Cinnamon)
3 Apples (Cored & Sliced)
3 Tbsp Peach Jelly (You can also use jelly as I originally intended to use)
2 Tbsp Brown Sugar

Add 2 Tbsp Butter to a skillet.  Add the pork and season generously on both sides, using the cinnamon lightly.  Cook on med-high until browned thoroughly (About 8-10 minutes per side).  Remove the pork from the pan and set aside (I like to store in the microwave to keep warm).  Add the remaining 3 Tbsp Butter and the apple slices.  Turn the heat down to low and add the Jelly & Brown Sugar.  Mix thoroughly and allow to turn into a sauce with apples.  Return the pork to the skillet to cover with the glaze.  Serve with the apples and glaze.  Enjoy!

Mashed Red Potatoes

3 Large Red Potatoes (Cubed)
3/4 Cup Milk
Seasoning (Basil, Garlic Powder & Alpine Touch)
1/2 Cup Shredded Cheese
2 Tbsp Sour Cream
Leeks to garnish

Add the potatoes to a pot and just barely cover with water.  Boil on high heat until the water is almost completely gone and the potatoes are soft and easily mashable.  Turn heat down to low.  Add the milk and seasoning and whisk out the lumps.   Add the Cheese & Sour Cream and mix thoroughly until cheese is melted.  Top with chopped Leeks to garnish.  Serve & Enjoy!

Add the potatoes to a pot and barely cover with water
Add the Butter, Pork & Seasoning to a skillet while the potatoes boil

Remove the pork and add remaining butter and apple sliced to the skillet while the potatoes finish boiling
Allow apples to soften, add the milk and seasoning to the potatoes and whisk out lumps
Add the sugar and Jelly tot he skillet
Add the cheese and sour cream to the potatoes
Top Pork with apples & Glaze, Top potatoes with chopped leeks, serve & enjoy!

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