JUDGING WINES IN CONJUCTION WITH APPROPRIATE FOOD|
Medium Bodied Dry Red Wines
were judged with Veal Rack on Potato Gratin with Mixed Mushroom Ragout
As presented by Celebrity Chef MICHAEL MANNERS
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Veal rack - Frenched
and chined, allowing one chop per person
Veal or beef stock and seasonings, garlic, tarragon
1kg Mushrooms - selection
of field, button, swiss brown etc
4 Garlic cloves
Fresh tarragon to taste
To cook the veal, bring to room temperature and pre heat the
oven to 180C.
Cut between each rib and insert a sliver of garlic and some
fresh tarragon, season well and rub all over with oil.
Place veal on a rack (a cake cooling rack is ideal) add
Roast until internal temp reaches 60C, basting from time to
time and insuring that there is always some liquid in the tray. This should take about an hour.
Remove the veal from the oven and wrap in foil, and allow to
To finish the sauce, deglaze the pan with stock and pour
off, allow to stand to remove the fat.
Reheat adding tarragon and seasonings, finish with butter and strain
into a serving jug.
While the veal is roasting, slice the mushrooms.
Heat a pan, adding oil and butter add the sliced mushrooms,
season, add garlic chopped, when almost cooked add the tarragon.
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