Rossy Roasted Loin of Fallow Venison - Chef Recipe by Terry Fidler
Rossy Roasted Loin of Fallow Venison - Chef Recipe by Terry Fidler

Rossy Roasted Loin of Fallow Venison - Chef Recipe by Terry Fidler


Ingredients

4 x 180 g fallow venison loin steaks
Salt and pepper

Sauce:

300 ml beef stock
1 tsp quince jelly
1 tsp green peppercorns
1 carrot, diced 1 onion, diced
1 stick of celery, diced
1 white leek, diced
vegetable oil
2 tbs red wine vinegar

Potato Mushroom Pave:

200 g potatoes
100 g swiss brown mushrooms
50 ml cream butter
Salt & pepper

Parsnip Puree:

200 g parsnips, peeled & diced
50 ml cream
50 g butter
Salt & white pepper

Pine Nut Salad:

50 g pine nuts
50 g fresh pomegranate seeds
50 g crasins

Method

Dust venison with salt & pepper, grill in a hot pan for 2 minutes on each side, then put in a warm place to rest for 10 minutes (critical).

To make the sauce, saute carrot, onion, celery and leek in a little vegetable oil until brown, add vinegar and cook until almost dry, add stock, reduce to about 100 ml and strain.

In a clean pan, add stock mixture to quince jelly & peppercorns and reduce to a glaze. Reserve.

To make the Pave, peel and thinly slice potatoes, mix with the cream, add salt & pepper.

Chop and saute mushrooms in butter, reserve.

Grease cake tin with butter, and layer with potatoes and mushrooms, cover with baking paper & foil and bake for 45 minutes at 200 C.

When cooked place a heavy weight i.e. plate with a can of beans on it and leave for 24 hours in the fridge.

To make the puree, steam parsnips until tender, puree with butter & cream, season to taste.

To make pine nut salad, toast pine nuts and combine with the pomegranate and crasins.

To Assemble cut pave into serves and bake in a hot oven for 10 minutes to heat up,on 4 warm plates, place a spoonful of parsnip puree, pine nut salad and then the pave, slice the venison and arrange on plate drizzled with sauce.

Credits: Recipes from the book From the Menu - Launceston by Philip Kuruvita published by Philip Kuruvita Photography.

Photo Credits: Recipes from the book From the Menu - Launceston by Philip Kuruvita published by Philip Kuruvita Photography.


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