Pork Piccata with Italian Potatoes $12.95

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Pork Piccata with Italian Potatoes by Chef Guru Sigdel

Chef Guru Sigdel

Chef Guru Sigdel

• Global cuisine inspired by travel to 60 countries
• Alum, Hyatt Regency, Carnival Cruiseline
• Chef, Bon Appetit

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Piccata is a classic method of preparing food where the meat is sliced, pounded thin, sautéed, then served in a delicious wine caper sauce. The dish originated in Italy using veal but has now been adopted in the United States and is served with a wide variety of meats. It's great with pork!

  • ⓞ Oven 350F, 12-18 min
  • ⓜ Microwave 2-3 min
  • Heat covered

Ingredients Ingredients

pork piccata (Carlton Farms pork, butter, shallots, flour, capers, white wine, stock, parsley), potatoes (potato, onion, herbs, salt, pepper), vegetables (seasonal vegetables, olive oil, salt, pepper)

Star Reviews (20)

Dennis P.

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Tender and tasty well sized entree.

Carolyn G.

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Nice and flavorful. Pork was tender.

Beth W.

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The Pork Piccata was moist, flavorful and had ample sauce. The vegetables were absolutely delicious. I spread everything out on a dinner plate and only microwaved for 1 minute, because 2-3 minutes as instructed on the package would have dried out the food. I liked this dish very, very much and will order again.

Nancy N.

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Loved it. Plenty of leftovers for dinner tonight.

Jerry L.

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Very tasty!

Vicki H.

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Could use more lemon flavor

Jennifer B.

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Very delicious

Vicky T.

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delicious! slightly tangy sauce adds great flavor to the pork. the veggies were fresh and crunchy. Great meal

Claudia H.

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Delicious! The thin slices of meat made it easy to reheat. The sides were great, not the usual broccoli, but a nice mix of carrots, asparagus, brussel sprouts, zucchini, and squash!

Diane W.

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Very tasty and a large portion!

Barbara K.

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The pork itself was delicious, and not overcooked even with the reheating. Would have loved more of the sauce, especially since the potatoes were hard and tasteless, and the vegetables were awful.

Ann G.

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Really nice flavor and tender pork could cut with a fork.

Barbara S.

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The perfect comfort food. Close your eyes and pretend you are eating at a sidewalk cafe under the stars in Venice.

Marita G.

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Yummy complete meal. Great flavor.

Donna H.

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Not one of our favorites. My idea of a successful piccata is a dish that has a great balance of lemony, buttery, wine-y flavor with the capers adding a delicate briney-ness. This piccata's overwhelming flavor was SALT. Just salt. No lemon flavor at all. No buttery notes. Just salty. The pork was well-cooked, though hence the 3 stars. Vegetables on the side included browned but oddly still raw Brussels sprouts, and baby carrots right out of the bag you probably have in your vegetable crisper right now. As they say on Chopped, "the carrots were not transformed in any way." Potato dish was great.

Jane V.

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Potatoes and vegs were great, The port was on the tough side

Steven L.

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Pork was a little tough and the sauce wasn't as bright and lemony as i was hoping for.

Philip K.

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The pork arrived fully cooked, so it was unfortunately dry when heated just prior to serving. Piccata was quite favorable, but the vegetables were not.

Juan A.

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Vegetables and potatoes were simple. Pork flavor was good, but texture of the meat was tough with some gristle/fat.

Maureen A.

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The pork was very tender and delicious. The vegetables were a great mix, but the flavor was lacking.