Milk-braised pork plus a bounty of tender spring vegetables puts an upscale spin on this easy-to-prepare Easter dinner.
Four easy recipes come together to make one stellar meal for your Easter dinner. To serve, slice the pork into1⁄4 inch slices. Place a spoonful of fava bean purée onto a plate and top with the vegetable ragout, a few slices of braised pork and the onions.
Recipes by Chef Ryan Scott of Mission Beach Café in San Francisco for the California Milk Advisory Board.
Fresh or canned, fava beans make a creamy base for other spring vegetables.
Tender and succulent, pork roast braised in thick, creamy milk, delicate thyme and woodsy sage is a revelation.
Sometimes called “wild onions,” cipollini are not onions at all, but medium-sized, flat bulbs of grape hyacinth.
Fresh baby vegetables perfectly complement a main course of pork or chicken.