La Toscana: Tuscan Recipes
When the wild boar is tender, we can cut it at a touch and put slices of it to marinate in red wine, oil, onion, celery, rosemary and carrot. Once you can smell that the wild boar is cooked, its time to add a little more red wine. This marinade removes most of the gamey smell of wild boar and make it tender to eat. The next day, drain the meat and prepare a frying pan with oil, onion, garlic, salt and a chilli pepper. When it is lightly browned, add a little tomato. Leave it to simmer, and within an hour, your wild boar will be ready to eat.
At the table, it is good to accompany this meal with a strong red wine. This meal is traditional and is to be served with a good Livornese wine in order to keep the good name of the wild boar.
Recipes kindly supplied by Il Tirreno
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