Make sure the pork is trimmed of fat and gristle. Slice the roast
thin, then pound or press the pieces to flatten them.
Trim the proscuitto of fat.
This is production line work, so suitable for a group.
Lay out a flattened piece of pork.
Lay on top of the pork fresh sage. You don't
need to cover the entire meat, just have a piece or pieces that cover
2/3 or so. Nothing gives me as much pleasure as sending my husband
out with scissors to hunt the fresh sage.
On top of the sage place proscuitto. Again, this might cover only 2/3
of the pork.
Repeat until the tenderloin is used up.
Now we're cooking!
Heat olive oil in a frying pan, place into it pieces of pork, pork side down.
Cook for 4 min. Turn over and cook on the proscuitto side for 2 min. Take
out and make a pile, adding more olive oil to the pan as needed.
When finished cooking pork, pour basalmic vinegar into pan and reduce till
it thickens some. Doesn't have to be glue, but shouldn't be as thin as pure
vinegar. Make lots!
Pour over pile and serve.