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    Easy roe fillet in bramble sauce

    Best response yet from the table, and probably the easiest I've made.

    Roe fillets (or your steak/ cut of choice), sinew trimmed off. Fried in a good heavy and hot pan in a little olive oil until cooked to your taste. 6 minutes for me. Let them rest on a warm plate while you get on with the next bit.
    Small clove of garlic finely chopped into the hot pan for a few seconds. Deglaze pan with a glass of red. Add 2 tablespoons redcurrant jelly. Add 150ml venison or veal or beef stock. swoosh it around and simmer until the redcurrant jelly has melted in.
    Add 80-100 gr fresh brambles. Blackberries will also do . Cook until berries are soft.
    Slice through the fillets, pour over the sauce and brambles and plate up with spuds and veg of your choice.

    There must be a hundred versions of the above, but this was as easy as I've found and clean plates all round.
    I never make the same mistake twice.

    I make it five or six times.

    Just to be sure.

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    that sounds very easy and very delicious. Regards SBM

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    Red currant sauce / jelly etc , by far best for me so far


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    Sounds good. Will give it a try come blackberry time.

    My favourite so far is mushrooms/ceps fried in the juices, then melt 4oz of blue cheese of your choice into them along with 1/4 pint of single cream. Just pour over the finished medallions/steak.


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    I agree sounds good so I will give that a try.

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    Red current jelly is fantastic, it works so well with meat, especially game

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    Sorry for the hijack, just tweeked your recipe. Blackberries and blueberries from the garden, red wine, port and brandy. Delicious. Thanks

    Last edited by tedsalad; 31-08-2016 at 08:09.

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    Jockstalk. Do you mind if I pinch this for my site please?
    "He who kills sow with piglets empties the forest of boar" My neighbours dad on new years eve 2011.

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