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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Pork loin with apple-raisin sauce

It's Wednesday! Time to find out what you can eat that's Gluten Free. Thanks, as always, to Linda for hosting: Check out her blog to see everybody's recipes.

Step One:
Slow roast a pork loin (or your favorite cut).
Season with: garlic, onion, salt, pepper, basil, and oregano
Top with: raisins and sliced green apple
Add a little moisture, if you like - a splash of water or broth, maybe

Step Two:
After meat is finished, remove roast and cover to rest.

Step Three:
With a hand blender (or whatever), blend the juices, apples, and raisins
Strain into a saucepan or skillet to remove excess pulp and meat bits
Heat to boiling and slightly thicken with a mix of cold water and corn starch
Season to taste

Step Four:
Slice meat and top with apple-raisin sauce

PS: Sauce is also good with potatoes, even when it's not really quite thick enough to be gravy.


Linda said...

My sister in law served us something very similar and it was good. I like the apple and raisin combination. Thanks for sharing this.

The Redhead Riter said...

Oh wow! That looks really delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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