Six years of blogging – let’s have some Thin Pork Rolls With Green Beans, Sesame Seeds and Parmesan
So here I am still, tapping away on my keyboard and creating recipes that I take photos of to post on the world wide web. Looking at it that way, it sounds like a truly silly way to spend your time but I love it and I cannot but thank you all for being there and above all being so faithful (many of you) and above all being so generous and nice with me. Love and Peace to all of you!
I do have a recipe for you, no cake though but in stead I serve you a real life saver when time is scarce and you want to make something a little more elaborate. These Thin Pork Rolls With Green Beans, Sesame Seeds and Parmesan are nothing new but still very good to remember now and then and they taste good too. So have a sip of wine and read on.
THIN PORK ROLLS WITH GREEN BEANS, SESAME SEEDS AND PARMESAN
12 thin slices of pork loin
36 green beans or haricot vertes, cooked al dente
4-6 tblsp freshly grated parmesan cheese
extra-virgin olive oil
Take the slices of meat and beat them even thinner with a flat meat beater. Then sprinkle parmesan cheese and sesame seeds evenly over each slice. The parmesan is salt it in itself so salt the meat just a little.
Put three green beans at one end of each slice and roll them around the beans, fasten with a toothpick and fry gently all around in olive oil in a skillet or pan.
Serve with a salad or something else you think is good.