Stuffed Pork Rolls with Pickles and Sage Braised in Tomatoes and White Wine

Involtini di Maiale al Pomodoro con Salvia e Cetriolini

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Marcella Cucina

By Marcella Hazan

Published 1997

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Pork is the meat that responds better than any other, perhaps, to lively seasoning. Not for nothing is it chosen to make the tastiest sausages and salamis. And lively is the word for the seasoning of pickles and sage that makes these pork rolls so easy to like. Pancetta, the delicately peppery and spiced Italian bacon, has an important part too. It not only weighs in with its flavors but bastes the meat as it cooks and keeps it from drying, a not uncommon fate of many pork dishes.