BEEF RUMP TERRINE WITH PUMPKIN PURÉE – Wonderful Beef

BEEF RUMP TERRINE WITH PUMPKIN PURÉE

31 March, 2020

Beef rump terrine with pumpkin purée recipe

Ingredients (4 people)

Beef rump:

– 500 g of beef rump

– 1 leek

– 40 g of celery

– ½ garlic clove

– ½ onion

– 1 carrot

– 250 ml of mushrooms flavoured soy sauce

– 40 ml balsamic vinegar of Modena

– Fresh rosemary

– Fresh thyme

– 3 g of agar

– Flour

 

Pumpkin purée:

– 200 g of butternut pumpkin

– 40 ml of cooking cream

– 8 g of salt

– 4 g of white pepper

– 10 g of butter

-4 g of green cardamom powder

 

 

Elaboration:

To elaborate the pumpkin purée, peel and cut the pumpkin into cubes. Then, boil it. Once it is well cooked, drain it well and pour it into a blender with all the ingredients of the purée. Mix it until smooth.

To prepare the meat, cut the beef rump into cubes of 3 x 3 cm and flour them. Then, sear them.

Cut all the vegetables setting aside 4 cm of the green end of the leek. Remove the meat from heat and, in the same pot, stir-fry all the vegetables.

Then, add the meat, the soy sauce, the vinegar, the thyme and the rosemary to the pot and cover it with a finger width of water. Simmer gently for 4 hours.

After that, remove the beef rump from the pot and while it is still hot, break it up using the fingers. Following, pour 50 ml of the sauce in a bowl, add the agar and mix it thoroughly.

Once the beef is shattered, place it (still hot) in a mould of 12 x 6 cm, press it in order to remove the air and cover it. Let it cool in the fridge for 3 hours.

Next, ground all the ingredients remaining in the pot and strain it through a fine sieve.

Then, shred the leek previously set aside and fry it in olive oil. Put it on a tray with absorbent paper.

 

Finishing

Lastly, remove the beef from the mould and form bars of 4 x 3 cm. Grill them side by side until obtaining a crunchy crust.

In a dish place the pumpkin purée and put the beef bar over it. Then, pour a generous quantity of sauce over it and decorate with the crunchy toasted leek.

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