Servings: 4 to 6
The acidity in the wine and the sweetness of the grapes are perfect partners in a sauce for pork. It’s easy to find a dry Riesling: Just look at the alcohol-by-volume percentage. Aim for something with 12 percent ABV, and preferably from the Rhine region of Germany. In a pinch, Sauvignon Blanc is a good substitute.
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I made this dish last night and it was wonderful!! In fact, I went out and bought another package of pork tenderloin, it was that good!
The only modification was that I had to substitute a Chardonnay for the Riesling . Thank you for a great recipe
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