Traditionally, beef osso bucco is served in a veal stock and tomato-based sauce thickened with flour. Pork lends itself to a lighter preparation using chicken stock and a puree of the cooking vegetables to lend body to the sauce and pairs perfectly with classic cheesy polenta and gremolata.
This is the ultimate weeknight quick comfort meal. Once your ingredients are assembled and the pasta is cooking, it comes together in 15 minutes or less. If you *must* include a vegetable, stir some thawed frozen peas into the mixture at the same time as you add pancetta to the pasta.
We love hearing from our customers! We want to know what inspires you, and what we can do to be a part of it. Share with us your stories, recipes, and techniques, and we will work hard to do the same! Reilly, from California, shared with us a recipe for Asian Inspired Glazed Porterhouse Chops. […]
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by Chef Erica Wides of the Institute of Culinary Education Ingredients Pork Marinade Blend in a blender or food processor: 4 cloves garlic, peeled 3 shallots, peeled 2 Tablespoons Chinese rice wine or sake 1 1/2 Tablespoons sugar 1/4 cup fish sauce 1 Tablespoon canola, or peanut oil 1 1/2 pounds boneless pork tenderloin, trimmed […]
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You know it's true: heritage pork makes every dish better. But where can one find recipes worthy of their rich, pure flavors? Look no further than this fantastic recipe for pork tacos, made with - you guessed it - heritage pork shoulder.
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