This was a quick and easy recipe with good flavor. I used veal scallopini instead of pork, no other changes to the recipe, except it does need some salt. I reduced the sauce to a thicker consistency. Served with rice and brussel sprouts with browned butter & sage (Real Simple, found on this website.)
dory92064 Posted: 01/08/09
EllenDeller Posted: 11/02/09
A bit homier than the original recipe because I made this with lean ground pork (certified humanely raised) mixed with the breadcrumbs and formed into patties. The sauce was delicious with pork. Served with steamed broccoli and the CL portabella mashed potato dish.
oregon1 Posted: 06/21/09
Just made this for Father's Day dinner - rave reviews! It is by far, the best pork recipe I've come across. I sub'd onion for shallots; I added a smidge of corn starch at the end to make the sauce a bit thicker. This recipe is great for special occasions! I will definitely make this again. I would also make it for family meals (that aren't special occasion) because it is so good! Served with a quinoa/rice side; and roasted potatoes side.
amybb87 Posted: 01/19/10
This was a hit tonight for dinner. My son who doesn't prefer meat went for seconds. I made it exactly the way it said and the only thing I think I would change would be to add white wine instead of chicken broth, but that would not be necessary. We will definitely make this again. It was so easy.
Mireille Posted: 12/07/10
easy-peezy lemon squeezy (litterally!) a light version of my favorite dish! in less than 15 minutes, a delicious up-to-date italian recipe with no guilt at all! I only had lime juice and it works just as well
auntcy1 Posted: 08/01/12
Love this recipe. Have made it many times, for just us and for company. It has always been a winner.