Pork Loin in Sherry - Lomo de Cerdo con
Fino de Jerez
recipe for Pork Loin in Sherry has been reproduced courtesy
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love cooking pork this way, the tenderloin cooked in
the pot means you retain all the juices. The combination
of fresh herbs and the famous sherry from Jerez makes
for a luxurious meal, and it's so simple to do.
for Pork Loin in Sherry
joint of tenderloin pork
1 large glass of dry sherry
2 bay leaves
8-10 cloves of garlic
Handful fresh rosemary
to make Pork Loin in Sherry
a large oven proof casserole dish, place a good sized
knob of butter and two tablespoons of olive oil. Put
the dish on the hob and heat.
the pork in the pot and cook for a few minutes to
brown on both sides.
the bay leaves, rosemary and garlic cloves (leave
the skins on the garlic)
in the sherry and cook for a minute or so.
with salt and pepper, then put the lid on and transfer
for to a moderate oven and leave to cook for about
one hour and twenty minutes.
the pork is cooked, remove from the pot and leave
the pot back on the hob and cook for a few minutes
to reduce the sauce, add a little cream and some whole
black peppercorns and cook a little longer.
with boiled potatoes and asparagus
with permission of Orce