Gentleman’s hash with Speck Alto Adige and beef tenderloin

Course: main course
Style: traditional
Level of difficulty: medium
Preparation time: 45 min.
Created by: "Südtiroler Gasthaus" Group

     

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  Gentleman’s hash with chanterelles, Speck and beef tenderloin



200 g waxy potatoes 
100 g chanterelles Olive oil 
2 tenderloin medallions (à 150 g)
Salt
Pepper 
½ onion
50 g Speck Alto Adige PGI, cut into strips
Beef broth
Marjoram, finely minced
400 g waxy potatoes 
200 g chanterelles Olive oil 
4 tenderloin medallions (à 150 g)
Salt
Pepper 
1 onion 
100 g Speck Alto Adige PGI, cut into strips
Beef broth
Marjoram, finely minced
800 g waxy potatoes 
400 g chanterelles Olive oil 
8 tenderloin medallions (à 150 g)
Salt
Pepper 
2 onion 
200 g Speck Alto Adige PGI, cut into strips Beef broth
Marjoram, finely minced
 

Preparation

Boil and cool the potatoes. Clean the chanterelles and set aside. Slice the potatoes and fry in olive oil; set aside. Season the tenderloins with salt and pepper and sear quickly in hot oil on both sides. Let rest in a preheated 80°C oven for 5-10 minutes, according to thickness. Slice the onion into thin slices and fry slightly along with the chanterelles and Speck Alto Adige PGI strips. Add the fried potatoes and fry for a bit longer. Season with marjoram, salt and pepper and add a bit of beef broth. Place the hash on plates and top with the tenderloins.

Can be served with coleslaw or, in spring, a salad of dandelion greens.

 

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