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Porcelet Porchetta

Price $124.99
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Price $124.99
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Rolled, seasoned, and fully cooked, our porchetta is the perfect special occasion roast - and so easy to heat for serving. Because it’s milk-fed, porcelet offers pure-white fat under the skin which protects the tender meat during roasting and crisps beautifully for that distinctive porchetta crackling. Porcelet is so tender and succulent that our porchetta is made from a shoulder cut and not the traditional pork belly. With a generous streak of all-natural herbs and spices inside the roulade, including fresh garlic, rosemary, and thyme, this porchetta delivers great flavor along with lush texture. Sourced from a single farm in Quebec that raises piglets without antibiotics or hormones, our milk-fed porcelet is exclusively available in the U.S. at D’Artagnan.
  • D’Artagnan exclusive milk-fed Yorkshire piglets
  • Grown to 10 - 12 weeks and up to 90 lbs
  • Fed a proprietary, warm milk formula, fortified with vitamins and minerals and carefully balanced fat content
  • No added antibiotics, hormones, or growth stimulants
  • Air chilled for concentrated flavor and skin which crisps beautifully
  • Extra-white, creamy fat contributes to extremely tender pork
  • Fully cooked porchetta is ready to heat
  • All-natural ingredients, no added nitrates or nitrites
  • Product of Canada
  • For best taste on fresh products, use or freeze within 3-5 days of receipt; for frozen products, use within 1-2 days after thawing
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NOTE: For best results, remove the net and tie securely with butcher’s twine at 1 to 2-inch intervals. If butcher twine is unavailable, the porchetta can be cooked with the net. Take extra care to remove it without disrupting the skin. Follow instructions below.

1. Preheat oven to 275F. If convection, set oven to high fan.

2. Remove porchetta from bag and carefully wipe away excess gelatin. This can also be accomplished by placing the porchetta in a roasting pan and transferring it to the oven for 5 minutes to allow gelatin to melt off. Reserved gelatin can be discarded or used in a sauce for serving.

If using butcher's twine: When porchetta is cool enough to handle, remove and discard the elastic net. Securely tie porchetta at 1 to 2-inch intervals.

3. Place porchetta on a wire rack in a roasting pan with the seam side facing down. Roast until internal temperature reaches 120F, approximately 2 hours. Rotate at least once halfway through the cooking process to ensure even browning.

Without butcher’s twine: Approximately 1 to 1 1/2 hours into the reheating, remove porchetta from oven. When cool enough to handle, cut away and discard the elastic net, taking care not to tear the skin. Return porchetta to the oven to continue reheating.

4. Remove from oven. If further browning or crisping is needed, increase oven temperature to 375F and return porchetta to oven for 10-20 minutes more. Monitor browning closely.

5. Allow porchetta to rest for 15-20 minutes before slicing. Skin will continue to get crispy while resting.

6. If using reserved gelatin for sauce, bring gelatin to a boil in a small saucepot. Pour through a fine mesh strainer to remove solids. Use the cooking liquid as you would stock or broth when making a sauce.

7. Remove butcher's twine, if used. Slice and serve.

Follow here for the full recipe.

Nutritional Information

INGREDIENTS: Pork, 11% seasoning solution (water, salt, sugar, thyme, juniper berries, spices), garlic, thyme, rosemary, ground fennel, spices

Exclusively raised for D'Artagnan by a single-family farm in Quebec which follows European protocols for cochon de lait, or milk-fed pig. The small-scale farm raises Yorkshire breed piglets in spacious barns with the greatest of care, nourishing them with a unique feeding program.

The piglets are fed a proprietary milk solution that is warmed to the temperature of mother’s milk, on a regular schedule that matches a natural nursing rhythm. This diet allows them to thrive and grow for longer periods of time, getting larger than the average suckling pig, while maintaining the tender texture associated with a much younger pig.