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Pork loin roulade with chicken breast - pressure ham cooker

2019-10-15

The delicious and juicy roulade is a perfect addition to dinner. You can also eat it accompanied by vegetables, as a replacement for commercial cold cuts. Discover the wonderful taste and aroma of meats prepared in a pressure ham cooker. We are sure that you will love this recipe, and the home-made products will stay in your kitchen for good!


Ingredients for 3 kg of roulade:

  • 2 pieces of pork loin (a total of 1.5 kg)
  • 3 chicken breasts
  • 1/3 glass olive oil
  • 3 flat teaspoons of salt
  • 1 flat teaspoon of pepper
  • herbs: pepper, flaked peperonicino pepper (with seeds), cayenne pepper, habanero pepper, ground sweet pepper, flaked sweet pepper, japanelo pepper, garlic, thyme, basil, tarragon, oregano [or Habanero herbal mix]


Recipe for pork loin roulade from a pressure ham cooker.

How to make a roulade in a ham cooker?

Preparation:

Mix the olive with the spices, to form a marinade. Cut the pork loin so as it can be unrolled and crushed with a mallet gently. Cut the breasts into 2 cm pieces. Cover the pork loin and the breasts well with the marinade, pour the rest of the marinade over the meat and leave it under cover in the fridge for a minimum of 2 hours. Next, beat the pork loin with a mallet, place the chicken breast parts on it and roll it into a roulade. The height of the roulade should be 2 cm lower than the height of the ham cooker.

Place the meat in the ham cooker. Close the vessel, insert the thermometer into the meat through the opening in the cooker lid, put the vessel in a pot of water (it may be boiling slightly). It is important that the water is above the level of meat in the ham cooker. When the meat reaches the temperature of 75 degrees, finish the scalding. Wait for the ham cooker to cool down (you can put it in cold water), then leave it in the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours. After this time, you can remove the roulade and enjoy its taste.


... because homemade is better!