Braised Pork Belly and Seared Pork Tenderloin

 
 
 

Ingredients (15 servings)

Amount Measure Name
2.00 lb2.00lbPork tenderloin , cleaned, tied
4.00 lb4.00lbPork , remove skin
2.00 tbsp2.00tbspSEASONING SALT
3.00 oz3.00ozOil
1.00 lb1.00lbmirepoix (carrot, celery, onion)
0.50 cup0.50cupTomato paste
0.50 cup0.50cupBalsamic Vinegar
2.00  2.00 Bay leaf , whole
1.00 x1.00xThyme sprig
1.00 qt1.00qtKnorr Select Beef base, prepared 
1.00 qt1.00qtKnorr Demi-Glace Sauce Mix 4 x 1.75 Lb , prepared 
1.00 cup1.00cupRaisins , soaked in boiling water
1.00 cup1.00cupRaisins , soaked in boiling water

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Preparation

1. Cut pork belly in 3 " squares, season with seasoning salt.
2. Heat oil in braising pan, brown pork belly on both sides, remove from pan, and pour off excess fat.
3. Return pan to the stove, add mirepoix and brown vegetables. Add tomato paste, cook paste for a few minutes.
4. Deglaze with wine and vinegar. Add prepared beef base and demi-glaze, bring to a simmer.
5. Place pork belly in sauce, simmer. Place in 350 degree oven, cover with parchment, cover and braise until tender 1 1/2 hours.
6. When tender, remove from sauce, strain, adjust seasoning and consistency. Drain raisins and add to sauce.

Pork Tenderloin:

1. Season with seasoning salt.
2. Heat oil in pan on high, sear pork giving a good golden color. Remove from heat, finish off in the oven. Should have an internal temperature of 140 degrees.
3. Place pork belly on plate, coat with 2 ounces of sauce, place two sliced of pork tenderloin on top, and serve with Bacon and Sausage Polenta and Sauteed Spinach.

 
recipe number: 1-EN-74082 recipe code: R0012179

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