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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My whole family absolutely loved this - and I rarely get everyone's liking on any dish!
This was easy to make but not amazing in terms of flavor. We tend to like dishes with more complex flavors and this was was just a little too bland for us.
This was really tasty and easy. It took me longer than the instructions said, but I'd make it again.
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