Undoubtedly, grapes are the protagonists of New Year’s Eve, but we do not have to relegate their role solely to the bells, but we can make a hole in the dinner with this recipe of pork sirloin with grape sauce, but it is also A good recipe for New Year, and so take advantage of the grapes left over from the night before.
The only thing that has this recipe is that it requires a little advance, since you have to peel the grapes, remove the seeds and put them to macerate with sugar before preparing the sauce itself, but otherwise, bread.
Ingredients for 2 people
18 grapes, 2 heaping tablespoons of sugar, 1/2 glass of white wine (sweet or semi-dry), 1 pork tenderloin
How to make pork tenderloin with grape sauce
As I said before, the only thing that requires this recipe is a little foresight. A couple of hours before starting to cook we peel the grapes, remove the seeds and put them to macerate with a tablespoon of sugar full.
After that time, we put a casserole on low medium heat and we put to caramelizar the grapes and all the juice that they have released, adding also the another spoonful of sugar. We remove it well so that it does not stick and we now pour the white wine, we lower the fire and let them go undoing the grapes, although it is more than probable that at some point we must put the blender to finish tuning the sauce. We turn it off, and let it reduce while we prepare the sirloin to our liking.
In this recipe of pork sirloin with grapes sauce, the sauce perfectly accompanies the meat, with a sweetness and green notes that remind us of the plum jam, which gives me an idea of how to avoid having to peel and remove The nuggets of all those grapes. And speaking of ideas, thanks to the reader who sent us the suggestion. Happy New Year!