Cooking With Rosé : 3 Easy Recipes Using RoséFood The List
Father’s Day is June 17, and many of us are treating dad to brunch this weekend. But why not impress dad (and save money!), by cooking him brunch at home? We met with Chef David Duarte who shared three Father’s Day recipes using one of our favorite brunch staples: rosé! So roll up your sleeves, because we’re showing you three easy brunch recipes you can make pops on Father’s Day.
1. Strawberry Salad with Rosé Vinaigrette
Did you know you can make a scrumptious vinaigrette using rosé? Here’s a recipe that uses strawberries, rosé and, red wine vinegar to build a sweet yet acidic flavor profile. This makes the perfect Father’s Day salad if you ask us!
- 8 large strawberries
- 6 T. rosé
- 4 T. red wine vinegar
- 8 T. olive oil
- 3 T. sugar
- Pinch salt
In a blender, mix strawberries, sugar, red wine vinegar, and rosé until smooth.
Pour mix into a large mixing bowl, and slowly add olive oil while whisking until well-incorporated.
Pour over salad of your choice.
2. Pork Belly with Rosé Compote
Next is another delicious Father’s Day recipe: a savory pork belly with a sweet rosé compote. Pork belly is actually one of the easiest things to make—it’s like meatloaf! But if pork belly isn’t your thing, you can substitute with your favorite pork chop or pork tenderloin recipe –or even grilled chicken!
- 1/2 cup rosé
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup fine diced, peeled apple
- 1/4 cup rough chopped raspberries
- Pinch salt
Add all ingredients to a small pot and reduce by 2/3 or until thickened.
Pork Belly Ingredients
- 2 lbs. pork belly
- 1 clove garlic, fine minced
- 1 shallot, thin sliced
- 1 sprig fresh time
- 1 stick fresh rosemary
- Salt and pepper
- 1 T. allspice
- Water as needed
Pork Belly Directions
Pre-heat oven to 350.
Place pork belly into baking pan big enough to hold belly, and enough water to come up to fat layer on pork belly.
Score fat cap of pork belly and sprinkle allspice and salt and pepper over top and rub into scored belly.
Add garlic, shallots, rosemary, and thyme across top of pork belly.
Fill pan with enough water to come up to where the fat cap starts, submerging only the meat portion.
Cover with plastic wrap and aluminum foil, assuring it’s air-tight.
Bake at 350 for 3 hours.
Once pork belly is done, cut into square pieces and drizzle compote over top.
3. Vanilla Cake with Rosé Frosting
Finally, serve something sweet on Father’s Day with this recipe for vanilla cake with rosé frosting. Break out your favorite box cake, because we’re about to fancy it up. Making your own frosting is simple and easy to enhance. We’ll be adding some blueberries and rosé to our cream cheese, and sugar mixture to make a delicate and pretty frosting. You don’t even have to make the cake from scratch! We support box cake. Since it’s a basic frosting, it’s also great on cupcakes or your favorite sweet treat.
- 1 package Philadelphia cream cheese
- 1 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- 2 cups rosé
Reduce rosé by 2/3 and put in refrigerator to let cool.
Meanwhile, mix powdered sugar and cream cheese with wooden or plastic spoon and put back in refrigerator.
Once all are completely cooled, mix in reduced rosé with cream cheese and frost cake.
If you’re looking to impress dad this Father’s Day, now you’ve got three fun brunch recipes to knock his socks on June 17!
What are your Father’s Day Plans? Tell us in the comments below!