Pork Hock Terrine

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Smokey
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Pork Hock Terrine

Post by Smokey » Mon Jan 05, 2015 1:10 pm

Turned out Yumo :D
In a pot with enough water to cover two large hocks;
Add a mirepoix of one whole chopped leek, One whole unpeeled chopped carrot and one chopped celery stalk.
Add a small handful of pepper corns.

Then boil the hocks for 5- 6 hours on simmer and lid on.
Remove the falling apart hocks and return the bones and knuckle cartlige back into the broth.
Keep the hock meat warm under foil.

Add 5 leafs gelatine
Boil with lid off to reduce for a few hours.

Shread meat in random sizes and add salt to taste. I added 3/4 tablespoon.
Add tablespoon green pepper corns crushed and diced.(I used my home reconstituted black pepper corns)
Add half bunch fine diced parsley
Add some of the mirepoix, diced. (Optional)
Add a table spoon dark malt vinegar.

Fill a mould lined with three or four sheets of plastic wrap, with the meat and pour over the strained liquid.
Fold over cling wrap, PLace a piece of foiled cardboard and some weights.
Frige overnight.
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Re: Pork Hock Terrine

Post by kiwiman » Mon Jan 05, 2015 3:31 pm

Looks a lot like the Brawn I remember my Grandfather used to make when I was a Lot Younger.
Looks good Mick.
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Pork Hock Terrine

Post by Nath » Mon Jan 05, 2015 3:33 pm

Yum!
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Re: Pork Hock Terrine

Post by gussigan » Mon Jan 05, 2015 3:48 pm

wow that looks amazing!

my to-do list really doesn't need to get any longer at the moment lol

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Re: Pork Hock Terrine

Post by urbangriller » Mon Jan 05, 2015 5:55 pm

kiwiman wrote:Looks a lot like the Brawn I remember my Grandfather used to make when I was a Lot Younger.
Looks good Mick.
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Mick that looks great! Did you add extra Gelatine? or just the goo from boiling the hocks down?

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Re: Pork Hock Terrine

Post by Smokey » Mon Jan 05, 2015 6:43 pm

Cheers guys, The recipe is somewhat of a ramble that I would have to copy and paste from ACF.
Yes I re boiled the bones and added extra gelatine leaves ,about five and was ok for terrine.

Brawn, to me is a little more sparse in meat and a much heavier gelo and is next on my list with a hammed hock.
I'm working out how I will add the meat to the Liquid at just the right temp so it stays suspended. That and I Will need a whole lot more gelatine then what I put in this. So I'm still profiling. The taste I did nail.

EDIT
Managed to copy and paste the recipe from my forum into the OP. Didnt think the code language would translate but it did :)
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Pork Hock Terrine

Post by Nath » Mon Jan 05, 2015 7:02 pm

:) nice will take a look over at ACF
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Re: Pork Hock Terrine

Post by Mickvr » Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:44 pm

If your gonna attempt a brawn, forget the hocks, get a 1/2 head, thats the way I used to make it NZ, turns out fantastic.

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Re: Pork Hock Terrine

Post by Smokey » Thu Jan 08, 2015 9:37 am

Id be the only one eating it if I did that :D
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Re: Pork Hock Terrine

Post by urbangriller » Thu Jan 08, 2015 5:57 pm

Smokey wrote:Id be the only one eating it if I did that :D
Cook it where they cant see it!........also take them to the factory where they make chicken nuggets....cure them of that addiction forever!!

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