Slow cooked lemon, Parmesan and rosemary crusted pork with red apple & celeriac slaw and herb aioli by Ajay Barak

Adande Refrigeration

Adande Refrigeration

Standard Supplier 29th July 2014
Adande Refrigeration

Adande Refrigeration

Standard Supplier

Slow cooked lemon, Parmesan and rosemary crusted pork with red apple & celeriac slaw and herb aioli by Ajay Barak

With a selection of delicious pork cuts available, cooking methods and flavour pairings are exceptionally varied when it comes to pork recipes. Take a look at the Slow cooked lemon, Parmesan and rosemary crusted pork with red apple & celeriac slaw and herb aioli by Ajay Barak recipe below, as tried and tested by professional chefs - Why not give it a try?


  • Ingredients:
  • 1600g 'Sous-vide' pork collar*
  • 15g Micro mixed salad
  • 30g Garlic Cloves Whole Peeled
  • 500g Red apple and celeriac slaw*
  • 200g Lettuce Little Gem
  • 200ml Roasted garlic aioli*
  • 250g Rosemary, lemon and parmesan crust*
  • * indicates sub dish
  • Red apple and celeriac slaw
  • Ingredients:
  • 280g Apples Delicious Red (70-75mm)
  • 40g Baby capers
  • 280g Celeriac
  • 80ml Extra Virgin Olive oil
  • 80ml Lemon Juice
  • 15g Parsley Flat
  • 'Sous-vide' pork collar
  • Ingredients:
  • 2000g Pork collar


Servings: 10
Prep time: 30 mins
Cooking time: 10 mins
Mise en place:
Portion the pork collar to the correct size for lunch or dinner. Marinate the pork portions in garlic, salt and oil. Separate the gem leaves - wash and dry them - store for service. Cut the lemons into half and blacken the lemons (by the
order) on the griddle pan.
Pan fry the pork on the griddle then roast in the oven for 8-10 mins. Take it out of the oven and whilst still hot press the
presentation side of pork on the parmesan crust - only from 1 side. (Sprinkle some additional crust on top). Flash the crusted pork in the salamander. On a warm presentation plate - place 2 leaves of baby gem, gently toss and pile a small 'mountain' of red apple & celeriac slaw on the leaves. Squeeze 2 large dollops of garlic aioli on both side of leaves. When the crust is golden - rest gently on the apple slaw. Garnish with micro mixed salad leaves and a very small drizzle of olive oil.
Red apple and celeriac slaw:
Mise En Place:
Core the red apples. Peel the celeriac. Finely chop the parsley.
Thinly shave the apples and celeriac on a mandolin. Cut both apples and celeriac shavings into half - neatly pile them into a small stack to finely Julienne them. Ensuring the Juliennes are no more than 4cm long! Mix the apple, celeriac Juliennes with choped parsley, baby capers, olive oil and lemon Juice. After its mixed thoroughly - store in the fridge for service. SHELFLIFE OF THIS MIXTURE IS ONLY 2 DAYS - MAX!
'Sous-vide' pork collar
Rational setting: Go to > "Clean jet" and press 'E/2' and then press blue steam button. Bring the steam temp down to 62°C
and time it for 10 hours. Place the pork in a porous tray and in the oven. In the morning or once the pork is done - chill the pork (still in intact vac-packed bags) in iced water for at least 4 hours or in the bast chiller. Please ensure the pork is layered in single layers on a tray in the fridge to ensure quick chilling.

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