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Eine flache Platte (oder einen großen Teller) in den Backofen stellen und diesen mit 80° ca. eine halbe Stunde vorheizen. Temperatur wenn möglich mit Backofenthermometer kontrollieren.

Schweinefilet 1 Stunde vor dem Anbraten aus dem Kühlschrank nehmen, damit das Fleisch auch im Kern Zimmertemperatur annimmt. Falls der Metzger es nicht schon vorher getan hat, das Fleisch parieren (d.h. von Sehnen, Häutchen, Fett etc. befreien). Hat man ein ganzes Schweinefilet, dann schlägt man die Spitze soweit um, dass in etwa ein gleichmäßig dickes Fleischstück entsteht.
Filet salzen (nur wenig wegen des Speckmantels!) und pfeffern.

Baconscheiben überlappt auslegen in einer Breite, die der Länge des Filetstücks entspricht. Beide Enden des Filets je nach Dicke mit ein bis zwei (evtl. halbierten) Baconscheiben abdecken, das Filet auf die ausgelegten Scheiben legen und einrollen. Die Speckhülle entweder mit Küchengarn oder (von mir aus Handhabungsgründen bevorzugt) mit Rouladennadeln fixieren.

In einem großen Schmortopf Öl bzw. Butterschmalz erhitzen und das Filet in ca 6 Minuten von allen Seiten braun/kross anbraten. Auch die beiden Kopfseiten sollten dabei angebraten werden (Filet mit Hilfe von Küchenzange oder gefaltetem Küchenpapier senkrecht halten). Anschließend das Fleisch mit einem Bratenthermometer versehen für ca. 2 Stunden in den vorgeheizten Backofen auf die Platte/den Teller legen und auf die gewünschte Kerntemperatur bringen (ca. 60° für rosa Kern).
Den Bratensatz im Schmortopf entfetten und mit etwas Weißwein oder Brühe lösen, dann für späteren Gebrauch beiseite stellen.

Eine halbe Stunde vor Garende des Fleisches Zwiebeln schälen und würfeln, Knoblauchzehen schälen und in kleine Scheiben/Würfel schneiden sowie die Pilze säubern und je nach Größe in 2, 4 oder 6 Teile schneiden.
In einer großen Pfanne die Butter zerlassen, den Schinkenspeck/Bacon anbraten, Zwiebeln und Knoblauch anschwitzen. Die Champignons und das Tomatenmark hinzufügen, etwas pfeffern und salzen und so lange braten, bis kaum noch Flüssigkeit übrig geblieben ist. Währenddessen Sahne, Creme fraiche, Brühe und Wein im Schmortopf mit dem gelösten Bratensatz zusammen erhitzen. Gleichzeitig kann man auch schon das Wasser für die Spätzle aufsetzen.
Die gebratenen Champignons in den Schmortopf geben und ca. 5 Minuten leicht köcheln lassen, dabei nach Belieben klein gehackte Kräuter hinzufügen. Anschließend mit Worcestersoße, Salz und Pfeffer abschmecken. Wem das Champignongemüse zu flüssig ist, kann gegebenenfalls noch mit Mehl/Mondamin andicken.

Die Spätzle nach Anweisung im Salzwasser mit 2 El Öl bissfest kochen, abgießen und - wenn sie nicht direkt auf die vorgewärmten Teller verteilt werden - kurz in etwas zerlassener Butter schwenken.
Fleisch aufschneiden (scharfes oder Elektromesser lässt den krossen Schinkenspeck heil an den Fleischscheiben) und mit Champignongemüse und Spätzle servieren.

Für Interessierte noch einige Tipps:
Es empfiehlt sich, die Essteller von vornherein mit der Fleischplatte mit vorzuwärmen. Sie sind dann zwar relativ heiß (80°), das ist aber auch günstig, da beim NT-Garen das Fleisch naturgemäß nicht sehr heiß auf den Teller kommt und dann noch schneller auskühlen würde. Zwischendurch sollte man sie nicht in den Ofen zum Fleisch stellen, da das den NT-Garvorgang zu stark unterbricht.
Beim Anbraten der Filet-Enden hat sich bei mir das Halten des Filets mit Küchenpapier in der Hand durchgesetzt. Dazu faltet man ein Blatt Küchenpapier 2mal und achtet nur darauf, dass man sich nicht am heißen Fett verbrennt bzw. das Papier das heiße Fett aufsaugt. Man kann dann das Filet bequem ca. 30 sek. senkrecht halten fürs Anbraten des Endes. Das Problem bei der Küchenzange ist, dass man damit die Baconhülle doch viel leichter verschiebt oder sogar zerstört.…...

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