We need a half pound of corn flour, not very fine.
And at the end we'll need some butter, I used salted butter.
In a pot we boil about a liter of water in which I put a tablespoon of salt.
When the water boils, we start to turn the flour into the water, stirring constantly.
After I put all the flour, I put the fire down, and let it boil for about 10-15 minutes, stirring always to not burn.
Polenta is boiled well when it begins to peel off the edges of the pot, it is important to mix often.
Some make's polenta more flowing, others thicker, depending on how they like it.
At the end we put about 100 g of butter, stir until the butter melts and the polenta becomes creamy.
And that's what we've done with the pork, we can serve it hot or roll it over a wider dish and let it cool down a bit.