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Blanche de chambly salmon, leek compote, sautéed pepper medley

Appetizers, Salmon and tuna

Sweet and salty salmon served on a nest of rich leek compte and a lovely pepper medley.


Recipe for 4 persons

Blanche de chambly salmon

4 Unit(s)
Salmon steak
1 Unit(s)
French shallot
150 Ml
Blanche de chambly beer
50 Ml
Soy sauce
50 Ml
35% cooking cream
50 Gr
Maple syrup
40 Gr
Maille grain mustard
25 Ml
Olive oil

Leek compote

4 Unit(s)
75 Gr
200 Ml
Blanche de chambly beer
1 Unit(s)
French shallot
3 Sprig(s)

Sautéed pepper medley

50 Gr
1 Unit(s)
Yellow pepper
1 Unit(s)
Red pepper
1 Unit(s)
Green pepper
1 Unit(s)
3 Unit(s)
Green onion
  • Salt and pepper

Preparation time: 45.00 min

Preheat your Four at 260.00 °F

  • Preparation

    Finely dice the shallots.

    Slice the green onions diagonally.

    Clean and slice the leeks.

    Remove the thyme from its branches.

    Zest and juice the lemon.

    Dice the peppers into fine cubes (brunoise).

  • Blanche de Chambly salmon

    Mix the mustard, soy sauce, olive oil, maple syrup and cream.

    Place the salmon in an ovenproof pot. Pour the premixes liquids ontop as well as the beer, french shallots and a pinch of ground pepper. Cook at  260°F for approximately 25 minutes, or until the salmon is cooked through.

  • Leek compote

    In a small sauce pot with a thread of olive oil and a bit of butter, add the shallots, leeks, thyme a pinch of salt and cover with beer. Cook on low heat for approximately 30 minutes or until the leeks and tender. Taste and season accordingly.

  • Sautéed pepper medley
    In a large frying pan on high heat, add butter and wait for it to bubble. Then add the medley of peppers and sautée them for a few minutes. Make sure not to overcook, as peppers are much better with a little crispness to them still. Finish by adding the lemon juice and zest as well as the green onions. Taste and season accordingly.
  • Plating
    Place a nest of the leeks preparation in the center of the plate. Deposit a piece of the salmon on top of the leeks and generously ladle some of the salmons cooking jus on top. Sporadically place the pepper medley on the plate to make it pretty.

Cooking times will always vary depending on the size of products you are cooking and the heat of the oven or stove when you start cooking your products.

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