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Italian-style pork steaks with sage and white wine
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Quick to prepare, summery meat dish, 90p per serving
Sage is a classic herb to complement pork. If you have any of the sage left over, infuse in olive oil and use for sautéing or in salad dressings.
To match the sage and garlic, choose a fresh chardonnay with robust citrus flavours and a round texture. Try, Montana Unoaked Chardonnay 2007/08 Gisborne, New Zealand. Bin: 093077
Typical values per serving:
This recipe was first published in August 2009.