Commandaria, which is one of the best Cypriot wines, is a sweet dessert wine, produced in Cyprus for millenia, made from sundried grapes, xynisteri and mavro (black).
Poached fruit, especially grapes, become delicately ambrosial when poached in a sweet, Cypriot wine called Commandaria. They are perfect on puddings, with Greek yogurt or even in salads.
I am having a hard time writing this recipe as I am not sure what the English word would be for psaronefri. I think it is called pork tenderloin. I will be calling it a pork tenderloin until someone corrects me and then I will correct the post as well. I tried two methods. One…