>> luni, 26 august 2013
M-am intors din concediul mult prea scurt si aglomerat acum o saptamana. De atunci incerc sa-mi revin si sa-mi reiau activitatile zilnice. Pana acum nu am prea avut succes.
Aveam in plan sa fac multe chestii interesante, pregatisem o lista scurta cu retete pe care urma sa le fac. Ei bine, am racit crunt inca din prima saptamana de concediu si in final abia daca am reusit sa incropesc ceva rapid, atat cat sa nu mancam numai mancare rece.
Abia in weekend am pregatit ceva delicios si care trebuie incercat neaparat: cotlet de porc si prune la grill.
I returned last week from a too short and busy vacation. Since then I try to come back and resume my daily activities. So far I didn't have had much success.
I planned to do more stuff, I even prepared a short list of recipes that I would make. Well, I caught a bitterly cold in the first week of vacation and finally I barely managed to scrape up something quick, only enough not eat only cold food.
But this weekend I prepared a delicious and must must to be tried recipe: pork loin and grilled plums.
- 4 bucati de cotlet
- 1 lingura de miere
- 1 lingura de ulei
- 50 ml de vin Porto (sau un vin licoros)
- 8-10 prune mari, parguite dar nu coapte si moi
- 50 g unt
-50-100 ml vin Porto (sau un vin licoros)
You need the following ingredients:
- 4 pieces of loin
- 1 tablespoon of honey
- 1 tablespoon oil
- 50 ml of wine Porto (or other sweet wine)
- 8 to 10 large plums, ripe but not to soft
- 50 g butter
-50 - 100 ml Port wine (or other sweet wine)
Se spala prunele si se taie in jumatati. Spalati mai multe decat prevede reteta pentru ca sigur vi se va face posta!
Wash the plums and cut them into halves. Wash more plums than recipe requires - most likely you will be wanting to try some!
Although I have many dishes that I can use, I chose a cast iron pan inherited from my mother :) I put the plums in it and I have turned them several times.
I added butter pieces...
...and finally the wine. I left the plums to soften for 5 minutes. They don't need to be cooked they need to be a little soft.
In a bowl I prepared a mixture of honey, oil, thyme, salt and wine.
I brushed each piece of meat several times with this mixture, put them on the grill and I turned them several times. I got a juicy and very flavorful meat.
We served everything near a very good wine :)