Forest Lounge, the new restaurant opened in Hotel Alpin in Poiana Brasov, is a Romanian restaurant that will delight your senses and that awaits you with extraordinary traditional Romanian food, including the delicious mutton pastrami.
Today, the Romanian delicacy can be made of lamb, but also of pork or mutton and along with cheese it even has a festival. Every September, on Queen's Heart plateau near Bran Castle, there is a festival of cheese and pastrami, called "Ravasitul oilor" (Ravishing the sheep). During the event there is a gastronomic exhibition where visitors can taste different kinds of pastrami, and cheese presented by their producers.Because you probably thought about knowing how such delicacy is made, below you will find a recipe for mutton pastrami and also some recommendations.CLICK HERE Mutton pastrami recipeFor 5 portions of pastrami you will need the following ingredients: a sheep's back and thigh, boneless, 2 large garlic cloves, thyme, salt, pepper and 1-2 glasses of red wine.For starters make from the sheep that you have a layer of about 1 cm to have a perfect cooking (neither raw nor burnt).Separately you will prepared the marinade for the meat.
Cover the meat with the sauce and put it in a covered container and let it rest in the refrigerator for about 4-5 days. Daily turn the meat pieces on all its parts to be evenly penetrated by the wine and garlic flavor.Below there are some recommendations to get delicious pastrami:
If you want to have a great traditional experience we are waiting for you at Forest Lounge. You can watch as chefs prepare food right in front of you. In addition, when ordering a la carte, you will receive complimentary mulled wine or boiled tuica.