Sea bodoques three sauce way
Sterilised milk 0.033 l
Creamed corn 0.03 kg
Table salt 3.333 g
Ground white pepper 1.667 g
stoneless black olives 0.017 kg
Anchovies in oil 0.01 kg
Cayenne pepper 1.667 g
Lemon 0.033 kg
Micromesclun, bag 33.333 g
Squid ink sauce á la Carte 0.05 l
To make the sea bodoques:
- Clean the mussels and cook them in a pan covered with a splash of lemon juice.
- Remove the mussels from their shells, strain the stock and set the shells aside. Dice the mussels in the mirepoix.
- Clean the horse mackerel, remove the skin and fillet. Dice the horse mackerel in the mirepoix.
- Cut the onion and garlic in fine brunoise. Sauté the onion. Slightly fry the garlic. Strain the garlic and add it to the poached onion. Reserve the oil.
- Add the garlic the mussels and the horse mackerel to the onion. Add white wine and reduce. Turn off the heat and let it rest.
- Dissolve the cornstarch into a mixture of milk and egg. Season it with salt and white pepper.
- Add this mixture to the fish and the vegetables. Shape this dough into balls (bodoques) of 2 cm of diameter. Coat them with cornstarch, egg and breadcrumbs.
For the sauces:
- Black sauce
- Mix the green sauce with the mussel stock. Add in a little cornstarch and stir thoroughly.
- Make a rich tomato sauce by adding pitted black olives, anchovies and cayenne pepper to get a mild kick of spice.
- Make three beds of micro mesclum per serving.
- Make a vinaigrette dressing for the micro mesclun and pour it into a squeeze bottle.
- Put three beds of micro mesclun on a rectangular-shaped plate and dress them with the vinaigrette.
- Place a mussel shell on each bed and fill them with the three different sauces.
- Put a bodoque on top of each shell and serve.
Nutritional information (1 portion)
Fiber 1.58 g
Saturates 2.51 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 11.01 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 2.04 g
Cholesterol 37.9 mg
Calcium 73.66 mg
Iron 1.83 mg
Zinc 0.81 mg
Vitamin A 65.17 ug
Vitamin C 18.18 g
Folic acid 34.49 ug
Salt (Sodium) 563.34 mg
Sugars 3.45 g
The data is merely a guide and should not be used for medical purposes. Those responsible for the web disclaims any responsibility.
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