Pork prune sauce

Pork prune sauce

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Ingredients for making pork prune sauce

  1. Prunes (seedless) 1 cup
  2. Onion 1 medium onion
  3. Refined vegetable oil 4 tbsp. spoons
  4. Cream (22% fat) 100 gr.
  5. Half a cup of broth or water
  6. Spices shop for pork 1 teaspoon
  7. Salt, pepper to taste
  • Main Ingredients Prunes
  • Serving 4 servings


Frying Pan, Spoon, Knife, Cutting Board

Making pork sauce with prunes:

Step 1. Fry the onion.

Take the onion, peel it and cut it on a cutting board. We cut into cubes or half rings. Pour oil into the pan, put the pan on fire. Pour a teaspoon of spices for pork. First, warm up the spices a bit, then when the pan is warm, pour the chopped onion into it. Fry the onion with spices, stirring until the onion is soft. If you have a broth, add half a glass to the onion. If there is no broth, then add water and simmer for 5 minutes.

Step 2. Add prunes and cream.

We take prunes, wash it. If you like a uniform sauce, then you can grind prunes in a meat grinder. You can cut the prune into pieces. I love prunes to be whole. It looks beautiful in the finished dish. Add whole berries to the pan with onions and simmer for 10-15 minutes. Stir occasionally. Add salt and black pepper to taste. If water or broth is evaporated, add more. Next, add the cream, mix and let the sauce boil. The sauce is ready.

Step 3. Serve the pork sauce with prunes.

Serve the sauce with prunes to fried pork or carbonate. You can also put meat in a sauce and serve for several minutes before serving. As a side dish, something fresh is recommended so as not to interrupt the taste of meat with sauce. You can boiled rice or cauliflower. Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - In a sauce with prunes from herbs, you can put a sprig of thyme.

- - If not cream, then you can replace them with thin sour cream.

- - Together with spices, you can put a crushed, but unpeeled clove of garlic. After it is fried in oil, it is removed from the pan.


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