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Pig And Pinot: Roast Suckling Pig Paired With Mud House Wine

Roast Suckling Pig Recipe Serves 8-10

INGREDIENTS
1 small whole suckling pig, with skin
10 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
100g fennel seeds
Sea salt and fresh cracked black pepper
5-6 small dried red chillies, crumbled
Juice of 5 lemons
3 tbsp Cobram extra virgin olive oil

METHOD
Preheat the oven to 230°C.
Score the pork skin with a small sharp knife with deep cuts at 5mm intervals.
Crush the garlic with the fennel seeds. Add sea salt, fresh cracked black pepper and chilli.
Massage mixture well into the skin and flesh of the meat.
Place pork shoulder on a rack in a roasting tin and roast for 30 minutes or until the skin begins to blister, crackle and brown.
Turn the shoulder and pour over half the lemon juice and 2 tbsp of oil.
Turn the oven down to 120°C and leave the meat to roast, overnight or all day (from 8 to 24 hours), turning and basting occasionally with lemon juice and if dry, a little oil. The meat will give way and start to fall off the bone when it’s ready.
Shred into chunks, making sure everyone has a selection of meat and crackling. Deglaze the roasting pan with extra lemon juice and spoon over.

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Central Otago produces some of the world’s best Pinot Noir and the 2013 Mud House Claim 431 is no exception. Think fragrant, seasonal pip fruit underpinned by taut structure, silky texture and true intensity, making it the go to variety for rich, gamey meats like roast sucking pig. Pig and Pinot, the perfect pairing.

 

 

Written by Anne Marie Cummins

Anne Marie is passionate about food and leads thecarousel.com food team to bring you the best recipes from around the globe. As a contract creative director for over fifteen years in publishing, Anne Marie Cummins has covered fashion, lifestyle and food through her work on titles such as, Vogue, Vogue Entertaining + Travel, Elle, Elle Cuisine, Home Beautiful, Australian Woman’s Weekly, Woman’s Day, BBC Goodfood, delicious., Country Style, Goodtaste, Bauer books, Random House and Murdoch books. She has also worked on advertising campaigns for David Jones, Myer, Harvey Norman, Breville, Nestle, Wedgwood and Sunbeam, and has art directed photo shoots with celebrity chefs and cooks Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris, Manu Fieldel, Giovanni Pilu, Luca Ciano, Valli Little, Jennene Plummer, Lindy Milan, Suzanne Gibbs and many more.

In March 2012 she co-founded the highly success food blog, the food dept. with 3 other industry creatives. In it’s first year the food dept. was a Saveur magazine finalist and also debuted at No 62 on the list of Sydney food bloggers. the food dept. have also had food features published in delicious magazine.

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