by jeff | October 31, 2012 3:11 pm
Yep, more wine sauce! This is easy and quick.
Of course you can stuff it with whatever you want or use chicken breasts as well.
2 2″ thick pork tenderloin steaks (thick enough to stand on it’s side)
1 cup wine
4 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2 cloves garlic
Slice a pocket in the pork and stuff with cheese, basil and pepper. I get my provolone in slices so just roll all of it up and stuff, closing with toothpicks or twine. S/P to taste.
Sear in bacon grease or oil of choice 4 minutes per side and turning on its side to sear the side fat and pour wine, Worcestershire and garlic into the pan then place in oven for 7 minutes on 350.
Remove steaks and add 1 tbsp butter, simmer to thicken on stove-top.
Goes good with Asiago Sour Cream Mashed Potatoes.
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