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Paupiettes De Porc aka French Stuffed Pork Parcels

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These Pork Parcels are absolutely delicious!! Actually you can buy them ready-made from your local butcher I think … but no sweat! here’s the recipe to make your own 😉 …in a single layer, brown the parcels nicely in a pan heated up with some oil ..

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The misc-en-place … fresh button mushrooms, shallots/baby onions, carrots, few cloves garlic – smashed, dry cider, corn-flour mixed with beef stock, corn-on-the-cob

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Remove the browned pork parcel and set aside …

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Brown the shallots/baby onions & smashed cloves of garlic in the same pot …

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…add in the carrots and mushrooms and sauté for a couple minutes …

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…pour in the cider …bring to a low boil …

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…pour in the beef stock mixture …

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…toss in some fresh thyme and couple bay leaves …

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…return the pork parcels to the pot, along with any retained juices … bring to a boil, reduce heat and cover and simmer for 40 mins

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…. when done, toss in some chopped parsley and stir to mix …

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…dish out onto heated plate and serve with steamed corn-on-the-cob + some steamed mange touts ❤

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…. to make the pork parcel …you will need : 4 pork escalopes or 4 thin pork steaks; salt & pepper; 200g quality pork sausage meat; 1/4 onions – chopped finely; 1/4 tsp fresh mixed herbs; ….flatten the pork escalopes or pork steaks with the flat of a large knife and salt and pepper generously….mix the finely diced onion with the sausage meat and add the herbs – mixing well with your hand and season with black pepper ….place a spoonful of the seasoned sausage meat on each pork escalope one-third of the way down the scallop, roll the escalope around the sausage meat, tucking the meat around the stuffing until well rolled …take about two feet of string, place the bundle in the middle of the string, and tie; turn one-quarter turn and tie again; turn again and tie again….when you have a neatly tied packet of pork and stuffing, clip off any excess string and proceed to tie up the rest of the pork escalopes…if you fancy, wrap a thin layer of pork fat or streaky bacon around parcel …these parcels freeze well … to freeze: Place them in a plastic container with greaseproof paper in between them, or in a ziplock bag …Freeze for up to 3 months 😉

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