Thinly sliced pork wrapped in prosciutto and fresh sage served with a warm mushroom and Marsala sauce can be ready for dinner in 30 minutes.
Sometimes I think I make food with an identity crisis. I tend to like to combine two recipes into one, like my Chicken Matzo Meatball Soup. In that one I combined a chicken meatball with a matzo ball to make a Chicken Matzo Meatball. It happened again with this one. I couldn’t decide between making Pork Saltimbocca, thinly sliced pork wrapped in prosciutto and sage or Pork Marsala. OK, what I really wanted from Pork Marsala was the sauce, so why not combine them? I got the best of both worlds. My beloved flavor of Pork Saltimbocca topped with a delicious, Marsala mushroom sauce. Double Yum!
This is another in the quick, weeknight meal series on Food Done Light. We are over a month into school, and I am just starting to get into the groove. Most of the time, I still feel like I am running around like a chicken with its head cut off. I keep forgetting about the laundry in the washing machine. (Banging my head against the wall) Time to wash it again because it has been in there too long. I have even forgotten to make dinner once or twice. My house, lets not even start on that. It is a mess. I have managed to get my daughter to school on time every day and get to her activities plus working on Food Done Light. The rest is going by the wayside at the moment. One of these days, everything is going to slip into place. I am usually so organized.
I doubt I am alone in this. What mother isn’t totally over loaded? Pour yourself a glass of wine and enjoy a delicious dinner, that can be ready in under 30 minutes. You’ll feel like you are sitting in an Italian restaurant, eating a restaurant quality meal. Maybe some one will even leave you a tip. Hopefully you have your own dishwasher, so you can sit and put your feet up. Yeah, right! Time to make lunches for the next day, make sure the homework is done, pick out clothes for tomorrow and finish your work. Maybe it is time for another glass of wine.
Come back on Sunday for a sweet treat, Pear Custard Cake. You will be so glad you did.
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Happy Healthy Eating,
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