Loin of Dartmoor Venison with Turnip Fondant
BY SIMON HULSTONE - They say the best wild venison is farmed in the rolling hills of Devon across the acres of the moorland. Served with smoky onion ash and apple roulade, this dish has all the attributes of a French classic while using the best Devon has to offer.
Loin of venison, onion ash, shallot puree, haunch croquette, apple roulade, turnip fondant, tenderstem broccoli, watercress, game jus.
Oven, pan, small saucepan, frying pan, plate or small tray, tablespoon, palette knife, scissors, kitchen tweezers.
Sulphite, egg, wheat (gluten), milk, soya. All dishes are prepared in kitchens where all of the 14 declared allergens are present and therefore we cannot rule out cross-contamination.
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Best to consume within 24 hours. Please pay attention and store the right items in the fridge. Please note: the precise storage in the fridge must be at max +5°C. The dishes and recipes cannot be changed on request.