Duck foie gras micuit poached in a traditional way
Ham bones 2.0 kg
- For the cooking of the foie-gras.
For the ham stock:
- The ham stock is made like a white beef stock.
- After cooking the foie-gras reduce until it thickens and clarifies.
- Leave to cool to remove the fat.
- Keep in the refrigerator for several days.
- Bouquetiere of fresh vegetables.
- Fried artichoke: cut into thin fillets lengthwise and fry them.
- Beans: cook them English style and peel them.
- Toasted bread and butter.
- Reduced, clarified and solidified stock. Make cubes.
- Other sauces can be used to decorate, (orange, wine, etc.).
- Basic vinaigrette.
HOW TO SERVE
- Place the bouquetiere of vegetables and the beans on one side of the plate forming a pile. Dress and place 2 or 3 fried artichokes on top.
- Use a hot knife to cut 3 slices of ½ cm thick per portion.
- Decorate with the solidified gelatinous stock. .
- Serve with bread and butter.
Nutritional information (1 portion)
Fiber 45.19 g
Saturates 36.97 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 63.88 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 38.06 g
Cholesterol 117.73 mg
Calcium 488.44 mg
Iron 16.03 mg
Zinc 9.37 mg
Vitamin A 823.43 ug
Vitamin C 77.33 g
Folic acid 730.69 ug
Salt (Sodium) 4693.0 mg
Sugars 46.86 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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