Pork in Cream Sauce. Kooreklops

This is so everyday dish and probably known everywhere that even strange to add some recipe.

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kooreklops1 (1)Kooreklops means
“koore” is cream and ” klops/ klopitud” means clopped.

So, very creamy and chopped meat. This is so everyday dish and probably known everywhere that even strange to add some recipe. But as I said, Kooreklops is everyday Estonian dish, so let it be.

And maybe interesting to know, that we have two similar and very different 🙂 dishes. Kooreklops and Sibulaklops (onion ). Sibulaklops consists of a lot of stewed and fried onions to achieve special flavour and consistency.

 

Pork in Cream Sauce

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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A creamy and easy everyday dinner.


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Ingredients

  • 4-6 pcs pork sirloin or neck slices
  • 3 onion
  • 400 ml 35% cream
  • salt, pepper
  • oil, butter

Directions

  1. Hammer meat slices thin,  and dry using kitchen paper and brownish in hot oil from both side
  2. season meat and place on the plate
  3. 3.  Put some oil in the pan, add peeled and chopped onion and fry slightly. (if you want, add some flour and brown)
  4. Add prepared meat and cream. Mix. Decrease in heat. And let simmer. When you use neck slices you need to cook them longer time under the lid. Sirloin needs ca 5 minutes.
  5. Season finally.
  6. Serve with boiled potatoes

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2 comments on “Pork in Cream Sauce. Kooreklops”

  1. A lovely plating of a well-remembered and simple dish . . . not having used cream for decades for health reasons, these days yogurt variants are usually prepared in Australia . . .

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