Braising a pork loin in several cups of whole milk for several hours is a classic Italian dish. The aromas of rosemary, garlic, pork will infuse into your home.
I am drawn to a classic Italian dish where you are able to swap out herbs to create flavors your family with love. Are you a fan of rosemary? Great, keep it. Not a fab, substitute sage or add sage to the rosemary for the milk braised Italian pork loin.
Do you want a bit more acid to this milk braised Italian Pork Loin dish? Add some lemon zest. What to do with left over wine from a previous dinner? Add dry white wine to this milk braised Italian pork loin dish. Are you craving some spice? Add spicy mustard or red pepper to the milk braised Italian pork loin. Why mess with a classic Italian dish? Because you can swap out flavor profiles to fit your family while still maintaining the integrity of the dish. It’s all about the MILK. The milk is the star to this dish.
Are you looking for a milk based dessert to go with this recipe? Try my swirled raspberry lemonade unicorn milkshake.
Are you attending the Food Wine Conference in Orlando, Florida? The conference will be celebrating it’s 5th anniversary. The dates are May 19-21, 2017. Are you going this year? It is not too late to purchase a ticket. One of the conference sponsors, Florida Dairy Farmers is hosting a #makeitwithMILK contest, where bloggers were tasked with creating a recipe using at least 1 cup of real milk and at least 1 cup of one other dairy product.
This recipe was created for the #makeitwithMILK contest in conjunction with the Food Wine Conference. I was not compensated for this post. All opinions are mine alone.