How do you serve Ibérico Secreto?
Slice the secreto into thin pieces and lay on top of the hot quince. Sprinkle with some sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper. Sprinkle on some fresh rocket leaves, grate some manchego cheese and drizzle with a fruity extra virgin olive oil. Serve immediately.
How do you cook Ibérico?
We like it well seasoned with salt and pepper, sprinkled with a little flour to add crustiness, then dropped in a smoking hot skillet containing a little olive oil or homemade Iberico lard. Sear it well on both sides, being careful not to let it get overdone. It cooks very fast and should remain pink in the center.
What cut is Ibérico secreto?
The pork secreto is cut from the outside of the pork shoulder which makes for an amazing cut of meat – with the consistency of a ribeye cap but the look of a skirt steak. Chef Tip – Use a conservative amount of seasoning, as the pork secreto carries a heavy flavor of its own.
How much is Ibérico secreto?
Iberico Pork Secreto (Shoulder Blade)
|ITEM DESCRIPTION||TEMP||PRICE PER LB*|
|1 piece, 2 lbs||frozen||$43.56|
|8 x 1 piece, 2 lbs||frozen||$37.62|
What is Iberian secret?
Iberian Secret is a piece that is between the back bacon, on the inside of the loin next to the mace of the trowel, what we could consider as the armpit of the pig. It is a meat with a lot of fat infiltrated in its muscular mass, with a white vein that provides an exceptional texture and flavor.
How do I make cerdo secreto?
The best way to cook Iberian Secrets is to simply fry it in a hot griddle or or grill i over direct heat. Treat it the way you would a fine entrecote – but don’t forget that cooking takes little time and must not be allowed to go too far. A minute or two of high heat on each side should be enough.
What part of the pig is secreto?
The Iberian special cut, which is known as “secreto” in Spanish, is a cut located in the back part of the loin next to the forequarters between the fat. It is the pig’s armpit.
What part of pig is secreto?
Which part of the pig is Secreto Iberico?
Iberico Pork Secreto (secreto is “secret” in Spanish) is a one of Spain’s best kept secrets! A fantastically tender and highly prized cut from the shoulder, the Secreto is darkly coloured, and it has a long grain that appears striped due to the dense marbling found in the Pata Negra breed.
What cut of meat is Secreto de cerdo?
How do you fry pork in Ibérico?
Season each steak on both sides with salt. Get a skillet or frying pan, oiled with high heat oil very hot over high heat. Gently lay in the pork steaks & sear them to your preferred doneness, turning as necessary (we like cooking it as the Spanish do, to medium rare at 125-130°F*) & basting them with the oil.