Saturday, December 20, 2008

Tenderloin of pork wrapped in parma ham - personal/ private chef for a dinner party in Cheltenham

As served in Cheltenham last Monday with pork from Home Farm in Bredons Norton. The beautiful plates the hosts let me use also deserve a mention - the full 12 piece dinner set was hand carried out of Korea in the 1940's.

Apple and potato puree is piped at the back. The pork sits on roasted swede and celery (celery is a too often unused vegetable). And cider sauce (from our next-door county I used Westons vintage special reserve cider - it has the depth of flavour you need) with diced apple.

To see how the pork is put together see previous post below.

Related posts:

Pork tenderloin in parma ham (ballottine)
Assiette of cheese
Slow cooked belly pork with creamy lentils
Roast pork loin
Pork curry

2 comments:

Erling's Mat said...

Thank you for the many fine posts and recipes. Merry Christmas to you and your

Jan said...

Oooh that looks good!