Free range rare breed pork loin roast on the bone (rack of pork)

Free range rare breed pork loin roast on the bone (rack of pork)

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A classic pork roast - the retention of the bone adds flavour to the meat juices and lifts the joint off the bottom of the pan creating a natural trivet.
Our Price: £13.20

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Our Price: £13.20


Portions We recommend 500g per portion.

Cooking method:  Dry the rind with a clean tea towel and season with seasalt. Roast on a roasting rack for 25 minutes to the pound (450g) . Baste the meat part regularly but do not baste the rind with any fat – keep all fat off the rind or it will not crisp properly. At the end of the cooking time test the joint with a skewer – the juices should run clear, not pink. If you have a meat probe the core temperature should be over 75 degrees C. If crackling is not crisp when the meat is cooked remove the joint to a warm oven, peel off the crackling and return to a hot oven 220 degrees C. Check on it every 2 or 3 minutes – the aim is to crisp the crackling but not burn it. Spoon off the fat from the roasting pan and add 600 ml home made chicken stock. Whisk to dissolve the deposits on the pan bottom. Bring to the boil. Season and thicken with a little flour/butter roux if desired. Add freshly chopped herbs to the gravy. Serve with roast potatoes and Bramley apple sauce or alternatively with a baked dessert apple

Storage: Your meat will arrive frozen. We believe freezing is nature's best way of storing wholesome food, ensuring minimum food waste. We freeze our pork when it is perfect to preserve it in peak condition. Our pork is hung on the bone to draw out moisture so it is just as good frozen as it would be fresh. We freeze it in convenient size freezer packs, which means you can take out the amount you need and never have to waste any food. To thaw your meat, simply drop the thick protective vacuum pack in cool water, and it will thaw in a few hours giving you maximum convenience and flexibility. We recommend that you store your Pheasants Hill Farm meat in your freezer. Once defrosted, please store your meat in your refrigerator, and cook thawed pork within 24 hours.