Proscuitto Pork Cutlets with Garlic Sage Lemon Sauce

Ready in 25 minutes

Amazing flavor with so few ingredients

"This recipe is DIVINE. I love that the prosciutto traps all the juices and makes the pork so amazingly tender. And the sauce! Omg. I saved the leftover sauce and have eaten it on everything, it is just so darn good. I have made this recipe three times now. The most recent time I made it I forgot to buy chicken broth, so I used some cheap moscato I had on hand instead. WOW! The results were amazing. White wine is an excellent addition to this sauce. "

- Christy589

Top-ranked recipe named "Proscuitto Pork Cutlets with Garlic Sage Lemon Sauce"

4.5 avg, 24 review(s) 92% would make again

Ingredients

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8 Boneless pork chops; 1/4" all fat removed
8 slices Proscuitto
1/2 cup Flour
4 tablespoon Vegetable oil
12 cloves Garlic; sliced thin
2 cup Chicken broth
2 tablespoons Lemon Juice
2 tablespoons Sage; minced fresh
4 tablespoons Butter
Salt; seasoned to taste
Black pepper; seasoned to taste

Original recipe makes 4 Servings

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Preparation

- Pat chops dry, place one slice proscuitto on each chop

- Cover with plastic wrap, using meat mallet pound each to 1/8"

- Heat 2 T. Vegetable oil in large skillet over medium-high heat

- Dredge pork in flour, shake off excess flour

- Once oil starts to smoke add 1/2 the pork to the skillet proscuitto side down

- Cook for 3-4 min till browned

- Flip and cook about 2 min

- Remove pork to a plate tented with tin foil

- Add remaining oil and repeat with remaining pork chops

- Place remaining chop on the place and replace foil

- Add garlic to the now empty skilled and cook till lightly browned about 1 min

- Add broth to pan and boil for 5-7 min

- Add all accumulated pork juices to pan, wish in lemon juice, sage, butter and salt and pepper to taste

- continue to simmer until slightly thickened

- Serve over pork (2) per serving

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A little blury but wow was this good! It was even better the next day! photo by aphilbeck8 aphilbeck8

I served this with potatoes (from my garden) with herb and garlic sour creme and beets from my garden! photo by aphilbeck8 aphilbeck8

My wife and I agree this is the best pork chops we have ever had photo by dgrass dgrass

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Absolutely amazing! Purchased regular boneless pork chops, pounded to 1/4 inch then placed prosciutto on top and pounded to 1/8 inch. Served with pan fried cheddar onion perogies.
Mamaschaef 1 month ago
Amazing flavor! Made this for company so I doubled the recipe next time I will not double the butter it was way too much glad I cut back a bit but next time will cut in half.
colette68 2 months ago
This recipe is DIVINE. I love that the prosciutto traps all the juices and makes the pork so amazingly tender. And the sauce! Omg. I saved the leftover sauce and have eaten it on everything, it is just so darn good. I have made this recipe three times now. The most recent time I made it I forgot to buy chicken broth, so I used some cheap moscato I had on hand instead. WOW! The results were amazing. White wine is an excellent addition to this sauce.
Christy589 4 months ago
underdog55 9 months ago
Sauce was oily.
magnus777 10 months ago
Pork covered by more pork. What could be better? Sauce had a great flavor a well. Definitely will do again soon!
Rfiddy 1 year ago
mlesher1 1 year ago
A new family favorite! The depth of flavor is incredible. I can't wait to make this again!
CherieBonine 1 year ago
Can't wait to eat again! Lovely combo of flavors!
heidischraderhart 1 year ago
Try it
fivewoods 1 year ago
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