(Don’t forget to learn the answer to our trivia question: “As Dr Diesendorf states, kangaroo meat is a healthy alternative to beef because ________?” Check out this blog post to answer the final trivia question from OG & HillsFoods. By answering the trivia questions on our facebook page on Friday, you get a chance to win a copy of “Roocipes: Creative kangaroo recipes from Austrailia’s top chefs” and kagaroo loin from Hills Foods on Friday Nov 27th)
Kangaroo Medallions with Quick Mustard Sauce
- 1 Kangaroo Loin
- 1 tbsp. light or regular olive oil
- 3/4 cup cream 2 tbls.
- chopped green shallots
- 2 tbls. whole grain mustard salt to taste
Prepare the sauce first:
Place cream, shallots and mustard in a pan, bring to a boil and simmer 1 minute.
Season with salt to taste.
Rub Kangaroo Loin lightly with oil. Season with salt & pepper.
Heat small amount of oil in a fry pan and sear loin over medium high heat for about 2 minutes, turning to sear all sides: let cook until the loin is brought to medium rare .
(don’t overcook! Kangaroo loin has virtually no fat so should be served medium rare for best results)
Transfer loin to a warm plate, cover and allow to stand for another 2 minutes.
Slice medallions and serve with hot sauce, baby potatoes and snow peas or beans.