Pork Saltimbocca and 26.2

In a pinch and need a quick meal? In about 10 minutes or so you can have this for dinner! Lean, thin cut, pork cutlets sauteed in a buttery white wine sauce topped with prosciutto and a sage leaf. So simple with a ton of flavor, no wonder saltimbocca translated means, ” jump in the mouth”!

*First you’ll want to take your cutlets and pound them down a little to flatten them out a bit.
*Season your cutlets with salt and ground pepper.
*Take a slice of prosciutto and lay it on your cutlet, and gently pound it into the meat, add a sage leaf on top.
*Drizzle a hot pan with olive oil and prosciutto side down fry cutlets about 2 minutes on each side.
*Remove from pan and deglaze with 1 cup of white wine, scrapping up all the brown bits.
*Add 3T of butter to gloss the sauce.
*Return the cutlets back to the sauce and finish cooking. Buon Appetito!

2009 Chicago Marathon

I want to give a big shout out to my son for completing his 2nd Chicago Marathon which was yesterday. That’s him on the right in yellow ready to cross the finish line. He actually knocked 50 minutes off his time from last year! He amazes us all with his dedication and determination! The weather yesterday in Chicago was bitter cold, great for the runners, but not so great for the spectators, notice the gloves, hats, scarves and winter coats. I thought this was fall!

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  1. I like quick and easy recipes, you know that, hey!! Congrats to your son!!!!

  2. Talk about saltimbocca – These are really jumping off the page and into my mouth. great recipe and easy too! Congrats to your son.

  3. Congratulations to your son, a 50 minute time cut is incredible! I run slow, but I finished, that’s all I cared about!

  4. Well, now I’m hungry… off to the fridge : )

  5. Stacey and I are on our way for this meal. What a simple meal, but one that would make my taste buds leap for joy. It’s raining, today. We’re staying in. My sage plant and pork tenderloin and I are going to have some fun together with this one.

  6. Waht a tasty recipe for a busy week night. Congrats to your son.
    Mimi

  7. Congratulations to your son. Your saltimbocca looks amazing.

  8. Congratulations to your son, Marie! He looks so trim and muscular. What an accomplishment to trim so much time off his record for last year!

    We love saltimbocca! Such wonderful flavor combinations all in one. I’m lucky because my local butcher sells wonderfully thin lean pork cutlets..hardly any pounding required. I buy them often as they are much cheaper than veal.

  9. Saltimbocca is one of my favorites…I would love to make it at home. Yours looks delicious!

    Congrats to your son! A couple of my FL friends were up in Chicago running the marathon too! They were in bit of shock as far as the weather is concerned…they left the 90s to run in the cold!! :)

  10. I love saltimbocca. What a great idea to use pork cutlets! Good for your son – that is so impressive!

  11. I love saltimbocca. What a great idea to use pork cutlets! Good for your son – I am truly impressed!

  12. I just made chicken saltimboca (with arugula and prosciutto!) Yours looks wonderful – will need to try it with pork. And a big happy shout-out to your son – I always dreamed of doing a marathon but could never do more than 10K. It’s a huge accomplishment!

  13. With recipes like this one it would be great that they really jump from the computer screem out…straight into the mouth, yuuummmm :9

  14. Oh, it’s been so long since I’ve had saltimbocca! YUM! Congrats to your son … what an amazing feat! 50 minutes shaved off? That’s incredible! :-)

  15. What a great meal to come home to after such an amazing run!

  16. This looks perfect. I’m hooked on your blog. I took your recommendation for Scallop Piccata, and this Saltimboca recipe is next on the list.

  17. I am so wanting this right now! Yum! So simple to make too…

    Congrats to your son! Wow! I wish I could do that. I ran in the Komen 5k race this past Sunday, and was thrilled I could do a 5k in 34 minutes, lol… But I think your son has youth on his side, lol.

  18. That sounds wonderful … and congrats to your son!

  19. Ok, now I remember why I wished to see you this past summer.. I was hoping to revel in some Proud Italian Cooking!! :) This is so yummy looking and jumping off the screen and into my mouth for sure. Congrats to your son’s run.. way to go!!

    I look at my pictures of Chicago at least once a week. Miss it!! :)
    My daughter has Chicago on her list of Universities to attend. She is a Political Science major with aspirations for Law and they have a great program there. I guess I wouldn’t mind visiting her there and Chicago either!! :)

  20. Salmtimbocca is such a classic and delicious dish! Your son is awesome for doing that marathon! Marathoners are definitely an impressive bunch!

  21. Yum! Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  22. Terrific recipe, Marie.

    That’s great about your son – taking off 50 minutes is a big deal!

  23. Congrats to your son, Marie! And you are the most clever cook.

  24. why am I not seeing your posts till 5 days later?
    I am going to make this for Sunday dinner!
    Beautiful!
    Jumps in the mouth!

  25. The pork looks great!
    Congrats to your son, 50 minutes, that really is impressive!
    LL

  26. Hey neighbor! I love my pork saltimbocca!

  27. Marie, this could be a weeknight meal or for dinner guests…either way you can spend time with your guests.

  28. congrats! I’m a marathoner too and I know how hard 26.2 miles is! xoxoxoxo to him from SoCal.

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