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Old 04-10-2006, 10:52 AM   #1
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Pork Roulade Ideas

Any Ideas For Pork Roulades.

I Would Like To Try To Make These
I Have Never Had Luck With Them.

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Old 04-10-2006, 10:59 AM   #2
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Hi, rickell:

I'm not sure what you mean. A remoulade is a mayonnaise based sauce. Are you thinking of a roulade? That's a slice of meat rolled up with a filling.
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Old 04-10-2006, 11:02 AM   #3
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Hi, rickell:

I'm not sure what you mean. A remoulade is a mayonnaise based sauce. Are you thinking of a roulade? That's a slice of meat rolled up with a filling.
YES YOU ARE CORRECT ROULADE TWO THINGS ON MY MIND AT THE SAME
TIME.

THANKS FOR CONFIRMING
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Old 04-10-2006, 11:09 AM   #4
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I would use pork loin and pound it thin.

For a filling, you pretty much have a free hand. Spinach and feta. mushrooms and shallots, bread crumbs and cheese, apples and pine nuts.

Then you roll it up and brown it in a hot skillet and finish in a sauce.
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Old 04-10-2006, 05:06 PM   #5
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Pan Seared Pork Tenderloin with Blue Cheese Stuffing
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Old 05-17-2006, 02:30 PM   #6
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I would use any recipe for veal .... Freeze a pork loin for a few hours to make it solid, slice thin, pound the living daylights out of it.

One method: curl it around a dill pickle spear, saute, then make a sauce with wine and crumbled ginger snaps.

the real secret is pounding that pork into very thin, tender slices and DO NOT overcook. The days when pork had to be cooked into rubber are long gone.

#2: curl around a thin slice of your favorite ham and a half slice of provolin cheese and one leaf of sage. Saute, then deglaze pan with wine and sauteed mushrooms
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Old 05-17-2006, 02:54 PM   #7
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how about goat cheese and roasted peppers? or garlic breadcrumbs, nuts, and peaches or apricots?

i'm glad you posted this, thanks rickell. i have a coupla tenderloins that i was thinking of stuffing or slicing and rolling. getting some good ideas here.
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I love pork. It is such a versatile meat and goes good with both savory and sweet flavors.

Some filling options have already been given. Here are a few more.

1 Pitted cherries with cinamon and brown sugar
2 sage based bread dressing (stuffing)
3 Pre-cooked hash-brown potatoes with S&P
4 Apple Pie filling
5 Diced fresh tomatoes, onions, celery, & carrots
6 Asparigus Spears
7 Pineapple Chunks
8 Mixture of chopped bamboo shoots, onion, water chestnuts, & bean
sprouts, seasoned with garlic, ginger, light soy sauce, and brown sugar
9 chopped peppers and refried beans
10 Chopped peppers and Onions with tomato sauce
11 Mushrooms and onions that have been saute'd with just a touch of Sherry
12 Mandarin Orange slices with garlic and ginger
13 Muenster, Gruyere, Havartie, Cottage, Jack, Mozzarella, or fetta, etc.
cheese, with leafy herbs.

That should be enough to get you started and get your imagination going. there are countless fillings that can be used with pork. You can even brine the pounded pork first in a solution of salt, liquid smoke, and sage. Or you can brush them with your favorite BBQ sauce.
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