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An organic pork loin dinner to impress!

Last week, I made this delicious invented dinner! I had a beautiful piece of organic pork loin in my fridge. Now, I wanted to make a more fabulous dinner out of it & I also used mulled ginger wine in here! This is what I made:

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This is a great tasty dinner for a dinner party! You will WAW your guests for sure! 🙂

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Recipe: For 2 persons

Ingredients:

* For the organic pork loin & mulled ginger wine soy cream sauce:

350 gr organic cleaned pork loin, ( that is gluten- & dairy-free!), fat & white membrane removed,  cut into smaller pieces, max.2 cm thick

baking margarine or butter!

a fruity extra virgin olive oil

1 medium white onion, peeled & cut into rings

1 fat clove of garlic, peeled & finely chopped

2 teaspoons of coriander seeds, crushed finely in a pestle & mortar

finely milled white pepper

Maldon sea salt

70 ml mulled ginger wine/ I used Crabbies

1 tablespoon powdered coconut sugar

150 ml soy cream

1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice

15 gr fresh coriander leaves ( cilantro , cleaned & cut up roughly

250 gr of brow, Swiss mushrooms, cleaned & cut up into smaller pieces

* For the spinach:

300 gr young spinach leaves, washed, spun dry

white pepper

Maldon sea salt

* For the aromatic brown rice:

2 sachets of each 125 gr brown rice, that need 12 minutes of cooking

1 green celery stick, cleaned, cut up into larger chunks

2 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & finely cut up

2 tablespoons of dried thyme stalks

2 dried bay leaves

a splash of white wine

Method:

1. Cook your brown rice sachets in salted boiling water & add celery chunks, dried bay leaves, chopped garlic & dried thyme. Stir often, when rice has been cooked, remove, celery, chopped garlic, bay leaves & dried thyme but add a splash of white wine. Stir it through the cooked brown rice! Keep warm.

2. In the meantime, take larger non-stick pan & heat up on medium-high. When hot, add a few knobs of margarine & some olive oil. Swirl around the pan & add chopped garlic, onion rings & crushed coriander seeds. What a great aroma! Stir often until browned. Set aside & transfer to another pot with fitted lid, to keep warm. In the same pan, add a few knobs of margarine & add mushrooms. Add some white pepper & some sea salt, but not too much! Fry until browned on all sides & cooked through. Transfer this all to the same pot where the garlic & onion rings are,…keep warm! To the same pan, add olive oil & heat up. When hot, fry your pork loin pieces for about 2-3 minutes per side & when you turn your meat over, only season with white pepper & some sea salt on one side of the meat!

Now, return the onion-garlic-mushroom mix back to the hot pan with the meat in it. Stir through.  Add mulled ginger wine, coconut sugar & lemon juice. Stir everything well round into the hot pan. Let mulled ginger wine reduce a bit. Now, pour soy cream into the mulled wine & season with some more white pepper & sea salt. Taste often. Let the sauce reduce to your liking & taste again! Turn the meat over in your lovely sauce. It all has to taste fabulous! Turn heat off  & place a fitted lid on the hot pan. Let the meat rest into your lovely sauce for about 5 minutes before serving! This way the meat will be very juicy & tender!

3. In the last minutes, before serving, steam the spinach for a few minutes. Add some grins of white pepper & some sea salt, to taste. Now, plate up & scatter the chopped up coriander leaves all over your plate, but not too much & enjoy with a loved one! 🙂 MMM,…:)

 

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

34 thoughts on “An organic pork loin dinner to impress!

  1. Sophie that sounds amazing. That cream sauce with the spiced wine coriander and aromatics has my mouth watering. This is certainly impressive and would be a great meal to serve at a dinner party but I also think I would make it for a dinner just for me. Love this.

  2. Sophie…this sounds fabulous! I have never heard of mulled Ginger Wine – how delicious! This dinner is making me drool…so yummmm! 🙂

  3. I made your wonderful dinner yesterday & loved every tasty bite, my beloved friend! Divine! xxx

  4. I made your delicious dinner just now & my partner, my mom , dad & me, all loved it so much! xxx

  5. Yum yum yumm, it was! I made it yesterday evening & loved it! It was just wonderful & even fabulous, dear Sophie! xxx

  6. My wife made this delicious dinner for the both of us & we loved it immensely!
    Divine,…Fabulous tasty too! x

  7. I found this mulled ginger wine in my booze cabinet & both organic pork loin. It is on my list to make this evening! The whole dish looks fantastic! x

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