Thursday, 4 August 2011

Recipe - Tri-Pepper Pork Fillet


I know that some people expect pork fillets to be dry and boring. To them I'd like to say - try this recipe and we'll continue the discussion, m'kay? ;)

Another way of keeping the fillet nice and moist during cooking is to brine it, but I'll save that for another recipe.

This should be seen as a base recipe, that you can use for lots of different dishes. This can be used both warm, straight from the oven (after a little resting) or cold. I'll post two different recipes the coming days that will show how I used it cold - so don't you come here and say that I don't treat you guys. ;)

Ahh, tri-pepper - what's that? It's just that I mixed black, green and white cracked peppercorns for the coating. Having said that, you could use most spices for the coating. Freestyle it to suit your cupboard and taste.

Enough chit-chat, let's see how this bad-boy was cooked...

Ingredients (enough for 2 - 4 portions)
1 pork fillet, about 400 - 450 grams
Dijon mustard
Cracked pepper (I used black, green and white peppercorns)
Salt

Method
Trim the pork fillet, removing the "silver" skin and any unnecessary fat. Spread the pork fillet liberally with Dijon mustard all over. Put it in a plastic bag and let it marinate in the fridge for at least an hour.

Pre-heat the oven to 250c.

While the oven heats up remove the pork fillet from the fridge and let it come towards room temperature.

Crack the peppercorns and mix with salt.

Cover a chopping board with clingfilm and pour the pepper and salt mixture onto it. Roll the pork fillet in the mixture, making sure that you cover it evenly. Move the pork fillet onto a tin foil covered baking sheet.

When the oven hits the temperature, pop the pork into the oven and lower the heat to 200c.

Let it cook for 35 minutes. Remove from the oven and let the fillet rest for 10 minutes before cutting it.

Enjoy!

2 comments:

  1. This is nice recipe get more very good recipe for delicious food.
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  2. Hey Swedish Mike! Just followed you back on Twitter and wanted to say that you're doing a proper good job with this food blog! I just drooled a little bit onto my laptop keyboard, as this bit of peppery porky goodness looks so darn tasty! Let me know if you ever wanna do a guest recipe / grilling post on my BBQ Smoker Site blog! This kind of content is always welcome! :)

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