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Salmon back, black olive and sun dried tomato sauce, parsnip 2 ways

Gluten free, Vegetables and Fruits, Fish, Seafood & Shellfish

French cuisine in a nutshell, all in a few bites.

Ingredients

Recipe for 4

Salmon

4 Unit(s)
Salmon steak
4 Sprig(s)
Thyme

Sundried tomato and olive sauce

80 Gr
Sliced black olives
80 Gr
Sundried tomatoes
500 Ml
Fish stock
2 Unit(s)
Chopped shallot
250 Ml
Cream 35%

Parsnip

1 Kg
Parsnip
1 Clove(s)
Vanilla bean
1 Liter(s)
Milk
100 Gr
Duck fat
50 Gr
Maple syrup
1 Unit(s)
Lemon
50 Gr
Butter
  • Salt and pepper
  • Olive oil

Preparation time: 40 min

  • Cooking the salmon

    Season the flesh side of your salmon with salt.  In a hot skillet with olive oil, cook the salmon skin side down for 5-7 minutes on medium heat.  At the last second, flip them to flesh side down, cover and remove from the heat.  Set aside until ready to serve.  Best if slightly rosée in the center.

  • Sundried tomato and olive sauce

    In a medium sauce pot, sweat the shallots and then add the sundried tomatoes and olives.  Cook for 2 minutes and then deglaze with the fish stock and let reduce by a third.  Add the cream and cook for another few minutes.

    Season to taste and set aside.

  • Parsnip

    For the mousseline:

    Peel all the parsnip.  Cut half of it in medium side chunks and transfer to a sauce pot with the milk, the scraped vanilla pod and 8g of salt.  Cook on a simmer.  Once cooked, strain and then blend until you reach a nice smooth consistency.  Add butter and lemon juice, season to taste and set aside.

    Confit parsnip:

    With the second half of the peeled parsnip, cut them into big sticks.  Cook them in boiling salted water for 3 minutes.  In a hot skillet, cook them to give them a nice color with some duck fat.  Once they have a nice golden color, add the maple syrup and finish cooking slowly until perfect.  Season to taste.

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