Unsalted Ox Tongue

Old-fashioned cut for slow cooking

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£18.00
PRICE PER KILO: £18.95
CODE: A353
 
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  (9 reviews)     
Makes great value and tasty meals - simmer gently for several hours with aromatic vegetables like onions and carrots to tenderise the long muscles and release the flavour.
  • Old-fashioned cut for slow cooking
  • Robust beefy flavour - goes well with sauces
  • Enjoy hot or cold
Box Contains:

    • 1 Unsalted Ox Tongue (pack weight 950g)

SERVINGS    
 
4-6
  Professionally shock frozen
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Storage Conditions: Store at < -18ºC (Supplied frozen)
Recommended Shelf Life once defrosted: Store between 0 - 5ºC Use within 24 hours
Nutritional Values: (Typical per 100g)
Energy: 914 kJ / 215 kcal, Fat: 13.2g, of which Saturates: 5.8g, Carbohydrates: 0g, of which Sugars: 0g, Fibre: 0g, Protein: 16.5g, Salt: 0.8g
1 Unsalted Ox Tongue, 1 Carrot (halved), 1 Onion (halved), « Leek (sliced), 1 stick Celery (cut into cubes), 1 Bouquet Garni, 1 clove of Garlic, 8-10 Black Peppercorns, 2 tbsp Coarse Sea Salt

Place the Ox Tongue in a large, heavy sauce pan of cold water and bring to the boil. Simmer for a few minutes and then drain. Using fresh water bring back to the boil. Once boiling, skim the surface scum as necessary and add the aromatic ingredients. Cover and simmer gently for 4 hours. The tongue is ready when the skin starts to blister. Remove from the heat and drain. Reserve 275ml of cooking liquor if required for making a hot sauce to accompany the tongue.
To serve hot: Once the tongue has been removed from the heat, drain and place on a board. Remove the skin and discard. Trim the root if necessary and cut into 3mm slices. Serve on a large plate with a homemade hot or cold sauce e.g. horseradish. Pour a little of the sauce over and serve the rest separately.
To serve cold: Place the cooked tongue on a board and retain the cooking liquor. Remove the skin and discard. Trim and neaten the root area if necessary. Return to the cooking liquor and leave to cool. When cool remove from cooking liquor. Roll and curl the tongue to fit into a 20cm (6") cake tin or soufflé dish; it should be a tight fit. Boil the reserved cooking liquor. In a small bowl, sprinkle 2 level tsp powdered gelatin into a little cold water and melt over simmering water until completely clear. Strain the melted gelatin into the liquor, stir well and add 2 tbsp port. Pour over the tongue; it should be just level with the top of the tongue. Cover the tongue with a plate stand a heavy weight on top. Leave in a refrigerator overnight. Run a knife around the edge to free the tongue until set. Transfer to a serving plate and carve horizontally into thin slices.

100% of customers liked this product (9 reviews)

Posted Rating Comment Company Comment
22-Jan-2017   
Excellent
24-Nov-2016   
As Above
20-Oct-2016  
As above as above as above
23-Feb-2016   
delicious why is it not more common
15-Jan-2015   
Haven.t had tongue for years. but I would recommend your toung to even the Queen
10-Dec-2014   
Excellent
04-Jul-2014   
As Above
31-Jan-2014   
As Above
28-Oct-2013   
Always a satisfying meal, tender and tasty if cooked long and slow
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