Thursday, September 13, 2012

Saltimbocca. Beef steak with sage and serrano ham

Saltimbocca is an italian dish, I think it is from Roma, but I´m no sure. Its name means "jump into the mouth". It´s very tasty and very easy and quick to make.


8 Beef steaks
8 Sage leaves
4 Slices of serrano ham
Butter or olive oil
1 spoon of white wine or water
Salt and pepper

Flatten the steaks and cover them with a slice of serrano ham and a sage leaf. Hold it with a toothpick.
Fry them in hot olive oil or butter. Add salt and pepper. When the ham is crispy get them out and put in a dish. Pour 1 spoon of water or white wine in the fry pan and wait until it boil. Pour this sauce over the meat and serve with white rice or pasta and a green salad.


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