Pork Shank - Flodins Food

Pork Shank

Pork shank is full of flavour and a common ingredient in traditional Nordic home cooked dishes. Other variations include using boneless pork shank as a steak, which requires a little longer cooking in the oven or braising to make a delicious stew. In Nordic kitchens, salted pork shank is a classic ingredient for pea soup and as the shank has a lot of gelatine, it is often used for a Nordic Christmas dish called meat jelly.

Flodins cookings tips slow-cooked pork casserole

  1. Place a salted shank in an ovenproof pot or casserole. Add a roughly chopped carrot, onions, bay leaf, some crushed juniper berries and a bunch of white peppercorns. Add just enough water to cover the bottom of the pot.
  2. Cover and cook in the oven at 100°C for 8 hours.
  3. Roughly chop some sausages and smoked bacon and fry until golden, then stir in 500 grams of sauerkraut.
  4. When this mixture is hot through, pour it over the meat and then return to the oven for another hour.

Serve with mashed potatoes, mustard and a cold beer!

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