I can't thank you enough for this delicious fast and easy recipe. I didn't have white wine so I substituted chicken broth. Upon reading another review I decided just to pour the excess oil out of the pan and use the drippings to help as a thickening agent. A terrific recipe and the sauce is just wonderful! We loved it! Thanks again!<br/>P.S. I made this again. I bought very thinly sliced boneless pork chops and I didn't have to spend time pounding it out. I added about a tablespoon of flour to the drippings and let it cook for about a minute on Med. low. Then added all the good stuff. It was perfect! There is so much you can do with this recipe!
We had a pork tenderloin to cook and love capers so picked this recipe to try. I was very, very easy! And had great flavor. I think I would like a thicker sauce but the pork and angel hair pasta we had with it soaked up the sauce flavor just fine. Thanks for a good and easy recipe!
WOW!! This was awesome!! I had never cooked scallopini before, and it was easy and the caper sauce was excellent. I made it for guests and they raved about it. I will definitely make this again. I forgot to add the second tablespoon of butter, but it was good anyway!!!
I ha a pork tenderloin and did not know what to do with it<br/>omg this recipe was excellent and delicious I served it with spaghetti as that was what was in the cupboard it was lovely
Made as written, and it was so very fast, delicious and decadent. Thank you so much for sharing this.
This recipe was delicious! I recently saw a menu with Pork Scallopini listed, I decided I would make the dish. I found this recipe with Capers and I like Capers which made this the recipe for me. It was easy to follow making the final product delicious! I did take the liberty to add thinly sliced green onions to the sauce. Would recommend this recipe.