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The recipe for “berdouille” pork ribs and their homemade mash

Since May 24, Michelin-starred chef Benoît Neusy has left his knives at La Brasserie d’Éole, in Quévy-le-Grand, Belgium, where he now offers a unique experience in the heart of the recent Belgian vineyard. Our kitchen artist who has the gift of subtly combining gluttony, creativity and elegance in his dishes, always cooks with precision and passion. The prices are low, the atmosphere is joyful and festive, the food is good and the bubbles are fresh. Hurry!

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For 4 people : 4 thick pork ribs, 15 cl of dark beer, 5 cl of vinegar, 3 chopped shallots, 2 tomatoes cut into cubes, 60 g of small onions and pickled gherkins in slices, 20 + 10 cl of crème fraîche, 3 tbsp of mild mustard, 2 tbsp of chopped fresh herbs, 1 kg of potatoes, 1 l of milk, 100 g of butter, salt and pepper.

Preparation : 15 mins

Cooking : 30 mins

Cost : *

Difficulty : **.

Progress: steam the potatoes, pass them through a potato masher then beat the puree vigorously, adding the boiling milk, 10 cl of cream and 100 g of butter. Keep warm. Brown the lightly salted pork ribs and continue cooking over low heat for 5 minutes. Keep warm. Melt the shallots in the cooking juices. Add the tomatoes, pickles, small onions, vinegar and mustard. Mix well, deglaze with beer and let reduce. Pour 20 cl of cream, adjust the seasoning and leave to thicken. Add the herbs at the last moment.

Training: serve the meat topped with sauce and accompanied by mash.

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