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Pan seared foie gras, cider caramel french toast, confit apples

Tapas, Salted

Pretty black ramekin, caramelized apple wedges with a piece of golden and crisp brioche. Topped with a piece of foie gras and a Porto sauce reduction.

Ingredients

Recipe for 4 persons

Foie gras

3 Unit(s)
Foie gras scallop
3 Turn(s)
Freshly ground black pepper
2 Pinch(es)
Fleur de sel
135 Ml
Port wine
12 Unit(s)
Micro mesclun

Caramelized apple wedges

2 Unit(s)
Golden delicious apple
4 Nut(s)
Butter
50 Gr
Brown sugar

French toast

3 Unit(s)
Egg
2 Unit(s)
Egg yolk
150 Ml
35% cooking cream
325 Ml
Milk
5 Turn(s)
Fresh ground black pepper
1 Unit(s)
Brioche bread
  • Salt and pepper
Pan seared Foie gras, cider caramel French toast, confit apples

Preparation time: 25 min

  • Foie gras

    Season both sides of the foie gras slices. Heat a non-stick pan, and sear in it the foie gras slices 1 minute on each side than transfer them on a baking sheet, deglaze the pan with port wine and let reduce, until a syrupy consistency. You can bake ther foie gras 1 minute in the oven before putting it on the plate.

  • Caramelized apple wedges

    Peel the apples, cut into quarters, remove the heart and slice in half again. In a hot pan, add the butter and brown sugar. Add the apple slices and brown them on each side.

  • French toast

    In a bowl, mix the eggs and the yolks, beat lightly with a whisk. Add the milk and cream, beat the mixture again, season. In a brioche, cut thick slices about 2 cm then make 12 pieces of 6 cm * 2 cm then dip them in the previously made mixture. In a skillet over medium heat, add three knobs of butter, lightly drain your pieces of brioche and fry them, Make sure you get a golden brown color on each sides. Just bake them in the oven 2 minutes before serving.

  • Plating

    Place on the edges In small black ramekins two slices of caramelized apples. Place in the center a piece of french toast and a slice of foie gras on top. Drizzle lightly the Porto wine reduction, finish with some fresh cracked pepper, sea salt and few young shoots.

Be careful, you could easily over cook the foie gras, or dry out the french toasts.

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