From the excellent Laverstoke Park Farm, these organic Pork Escalopes are super lean and tender and best left just the way they are, whole. Pan-fry or grill them and serve with sauce. Wholegrain mustard mixed with some crème fraiche or marscopone makes a great alternative to apple sauce.They also make a great schnitzel by dusting in flour, dipping in egg and then coated in seasoned breadcrumbs. Pan-fry in butter and when golden brown add a squeeze of lemon.
Laverstoke Park is a Grade II listed park of approximately 275 rolling acres which include the upper reaches of the River Test. The farm is a haven of biodiversity and forward thinking organic farming. They have complex grass leys containing over 30 different grasses, clovers and herbs as well as a diverse mix of hedges, trees, animals and crops which all contribute to furthering the biodiversity. Using slow-growing breeds and proving the animals with delicious organic feed and room to express their natural behaviour, we are delighted to offer such excellently-flavoured meat.
Pork and bacon are rich in protein, iron and B vitamins. Pork is particularly high in Thiamin, which is used in the conversion of starchy foods into energy. Iron is essential to red blood cells, whereas protein and B-vitamins are used in the growth, maintenance and repair of all the body's cells.
Perfect when coated in bread crumbs and cheese for a pan-fried Parmesan. Just make sure both sides are cooked steadily over a medium heat. Pork should be kept in the fridge, and should not be stored above other food, unless in a sealed container. Suitable for home freezing.