How to Make GOTCHA! PORK ROAST from Food Wars, Shougeki No Sama! Feast of Fiction S4 Ep23

How to Make GOTCHA! PORK ROAST from Food Wars, Shougeki No Sama! Feast of Fiction S4 Ep23

No pork? NO PROBLEM! The Gotcha Pork Roast from Food Wars is here to deliver the most delicious meal you’ve never had!

INGREDIENTS:
“Pork” Roast:
3 1/2 cubed russet potatoes
3/4 cup finely chopped Eringi mushrooms
3/4 cup finely chopped onion
2 packs thick cut bacon
2-3 sprigs fresh rosemary
Baker’s twine
Watercress for garnish
Salt and Pepper to taste

Sauce:
Sweet sake soy sauce (to taste)
1/2 cup red cooking wine
2 Tbsp butter

This recipe, as beautiful and complex as it looks, is actually extremely simple! First skin and cut your potatoes up into small cubes and steam them for 10-12 minutes until they are soft and squishy. In a separate pan, saute your onions and eringi mushrooms together with some extra virgin olive oil until the ingredients are golden brown and soft. Mash your potatoes by hand (or with a potato masher) and mix in your sauteed veggies.

Prepare your bacon wrap by laying out your bacon strips on a baking pan with tin foil or a baking rack. Create the heart of your dish by molding your mashed potatoes into a loaf like shape. Place on your bacon strips, and carefully wrap the bacon around the potatoes. You’ll need to add strips to the ends and on top to fully encapsulate this beautiful concoction.

Use your twine / string to tightly wrap the Pork Roast so it does not fall apart while it bakes. When your done, break up your rosemary into small sprigs and pin it against the string and the bacon wrapped mashed potatoes.

Bring your oven to 300 F and bake for 35-45 minutes until your bacon is golden browned. Broil on high for 3 minutes afterwards to make it extra crispy.

Meanwhile, prepare your sauce by combining a half cup of wine, sweet soy sauce, and butter in a frying pan and let it all bubble up and combine and reduce. When that’s done, you can pour it directly onto your Gotcha Pork Roast!

Remove your pork roast from the oven, cut the string off, pour your reduced red wine glaze on top, and add garnish with watercress. ENJOY!

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20 comments

  1. 🀀🀀🀀🀀🀀🀀🀀🀀🀀🀀

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  3. Rajay Slayye

    damn bish dat cleavage

  4. Did he said strap on the parsley instead of rosemary

  5. xavier ragland

    Could us better directions.Is the potattoesuppose to be soft on the inside like a twice baked potatoe

  6. Russell hmar

    No strip, means it's not tasty enough

  7. Nya LeadsToGlory

    I thought it was rosemary it was parsley after all… I SUCK AT IDENTIFYING SPICES.

  8. Two of my favourite foods, I would totally eat it

  9. why am I watching this at 3 am in the morning…?

  10. PhillyCloud1234

    I have a bad feeling that Epic Meal Time is going to take this recipe to new heights.

  11. Its so simple to make…….WHY DID SOMA MAKE IT SEEM LIKE IT WASNT >_<

  12. Ricardo Montoya

    ERMAHGERD mashed potatoes

  13. Where the food orgasms at

  14. Naruko Uzumaki

    Food Wars season 2 episode 3 what got what they make on there

  15. Since when does parsley look like rosemary?

  16. Raymond Warner

    I made this it was gray you should try it

  17. Should i use cooking wine

  18. Royal Sunshine

    shokugeki*

  19. πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ANIME FOODS MADE UP AREπŸ‡―πŸ‡΅
    NO MATCH FOR THESE TWO WOW

  20. FrostedBadger46 -TheFrostyBadger

    I told mo parents that I saw this video and the food was inspired from an anime but my brother messed everything up and said "it jest came from an anime it's not real." soo yeah I won't be making this. ;-;