Description

Pork
If You like "meat in French".. that is just blasphemy to do it with the Mayo... that meat must be prepared exclusively with Bechamel sauce.. the taste is truly Royal.. a dish worthy of any holiday table.. the Sauce has already become a legend among sauces. Simple, elegant, allowing you to experiment, and always delicious, the sauce also has a very high origin. His pedigree is a dish leads from Louis de Bechamel Marquis de Nuantel, who served as Chamberlain of the French king Louis XIV. Feeding famous sauce to meat, fish and vegetable dishes. .. this dish is cooking is so simple, that it under force the most inexperienced cooks.. BUT it's SO DELICIOUS!!!.. that just AH!

Ingredients

  • Pork

    900 g

  • Tomato

    3 piece

  • Onion

    1 piece

  • Mushrooms

    300 g

  • Milk

    1 l

  • Butter

    100 g

  • Flour

    3 Tbsp

  • Salt

  • Black pepper

  • Nutmeg

  • Cheese

  • Greens

Cooking

step-0
Prepare the sauce "Bechamel", for this: in a saucepan (or frying pan with a thick bottom, so the sauce not burnt) put the butter, flour, a pinch of nutmeg, put on the heat and cook, stirring constantly, until complete dissolution of oil.
step-1
Then gradually pour a thin stream of milk, don't forget to stir the sauce and cook on medium heat until thick sour cream. Ready sauce to taste sprinkle with salt and pepper.
step-2
In a baking dish (I have silicone, it should just lightly spray it with water, but you can take a glass, ceramic or Teflon) put a layer of chopped slices of tomatoes.
step-3
Pour a little sauce.
step-4
Now layer chopped mushrooms (also lubricated by the sauce).
step-5
Layer sliced thin half-rings onions.
step-6
Layer pork.
step-7
Pour all the remaining sauce, cover with foil and send in preheated 220S the oven for an hour and a half.
step-8
The finished dish, turn over onto a large plate (it will be a lot of juice, so you have to do it over the sink).
step-9
Sprinkle with grated cheese and greens... You a Pleasant appetite! :) P. S.... men come from this dish into a state of wild delight... ;-)
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