Jambon au Persil - jellied ham with parsley on Burgundy

Total time:1 Hours.
Active time:1 Hours.
Difficulty: 3
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Ingredients for the broth:

  • pork shoulder1 Piece1Piece
  • pork feet3 Piece3Piece
  • Vegetables At discretionAt discretion
    (the broth (carrots, leek, onion, celery))
  • thyme At discretionAt discretion
  • cloves At discretionAt discretion
  • bay leaf At discretionAt discretion
  • white wine At discretionAt discretion
  • salt At discretionAt discretion
  • black peppercorns At discretionAt discretion
  • parsley leaves At discretionAt discretion
    (finely chopped, as an additive when filling containers)

Ingredients for jelly:

  • garlic5 Clove5Clove
  • onion2 Piece2Piece
  • lard1 Tablespoon1Tablespoon
  • white wine250 Mililiter250Mililiter
    (Burgundy)
  • gelatine2 Piece2Piece
    (2 flakes)
  • creme Fraiche125 Mililiter125Mililiter
  • meat brew750 Mililiter750Mililiter
  • salt At discretionAt discretion
  • black pepper At discretionAt discretion
    (freshly ground)

Garnir:

  • vinaigrette sauce At discretionAt discretion
  • baguette At discretionAt discretion
    (hunk of freshly baked baguettes)

Directions:

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General:

  • 1.

    Prepare a decoction by boiling the ingredients about 3 hours.

  • 2.

    Strain and leave to prepare the necessary number of jelly.

  • 3.

    Peel and cut the meat into small pieces.

  • 4.

    Prepare the jelly: finely diced garlic and onions frying in lard, add white wine and fry until evaporation.

  • 5.

    Soaked gelatine to add to roux, add the creme fraiche and drained the stock.

  • 6.

    Mix thoroughly and season to taste.

  • 7.

    Fill the container a small amount of jelly, and then put layers: parsley, meat, pour jelly and lay another layer, until all ingredients.

  • 8.

    Cool at least 12 hours.

  • 9.

    Serve with vinaigrette sauce and a piece of fresh baguette.

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