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Whoever invented this polenta, may God give her health! I really like it and I would eat it with almost anything, in various combinations.
Because I had prepared boneless pork chops but I didn't know (as usual) what exactly I want to do with it, I had a craving for polenta and I thought I could incorporate a good polenta with some cheese in the chop menu, more chosen as being for dinner, it also saved us from eating bread, which seemed like a plus.
- I used:
- 7 slices of boneless pork chop
- sos teriyaki
- soy sauce,
- black pepper
- Red wine
- corn flour ,
- olive oil,
- polenta butter
Preparation time: less than 30 minutes
RECIPE PREPARATION Grilled pork chop and polenta with cheese:
I marinated the pork chops with soy sauce, teriyaki sauce, curry and a little red wine. In the meantime I put water on the fire for the polenta, to which I added olive oil and a little butter to make it more creamy, and when the water boiled I prepared polenta.
On a stove grill I put the chops in a little butter and oil, I let them cook well on both sides.
I then served the polenta placed in 2 layers and between them with a little buffalo cheese and next to the grilled pork chops to which at the end after they were ready I added a black pepper powder.
A rustic food, I would say, but very quick to make and very tasty.