Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Leftovers: Pork with Garlic Wine Sauce

Wondering what to do with leftovers? Here's an idea that will work with
beef, pork or chicken. Cut up the leftovers into chunks and cover it with
a tasty sauce, serve it with rice or noodles, add a salad and you have a meal!
This is pork in a Garlic Wine Sauce

 Here's the ingredients:
2 cups of leftover cooked meat (beef, pork, or chicken)
1/2 cup wine (red wine for beef, white for pork or chicken)
1/2 cup drippings from meat (or use stock or half a bouillon cube)
2-3 garlic gloves, roughly chopped
1 TBS oil
2 TBS butter

 Heat the oil in a skillet or sauté pan
 Add your leftover meat and cook until heated through
then remove the meat from the pan
 Now add the garlic and sauté until fragrant
 Add the wine and drippings (or stock), bring to a boil and cook
it until it's reduced by half.
 Add the butter and stir as it melts
 And just like magic, it thickens right up!
 Add the meat back in and stir to coat, that's it.
Serve with (or over) pasta, rice, potatoes or your favorite,
add a salad and you've a quick and tasty meal.

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