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Rustic sandwich with braised maple ham, smoked mayo and a poached egg

Vegetables and Fruits, Pork, Brunch

Such comforting and soothing brunch idea. With the smoked mayo it is absolutely delectable!

L'idée déco

The longer you braise the ham under wrap, the better, at low temperature. For an extra kick you can always add a slice of Boston lettuce in the sandwich.

Ingredients

Recipe for 4

Ham

1 Unit(s)
Whole ham (400g)
4 Sprig(s)
Thyme
1 Bulb(s)
Crushed garlic
200 Ml
Maple syrup
200 Ml
Water

Tomato smoked mayo

2 Unit(s)
Egg yolk
1 Tbsp
Dijon mustard
100 Ml
Tomato paste
25 Ml
White wine vinegar
2 Ml
Liquid smoke
500 Ml
Canola oil

Mollet egg

4 Unit(s)
Egg
2 Tbsp
White vinegar

Country bread

8 Slice(s)
Country bread
  • Salt and pepper

Preparation time: 150.00 min

  • Maple ham

    Into a big braising pot, put everything in and cover it with a big layer of aluminium foil. Cook it all night at 275F for an entire night or if in a hurry, 400F for 2 hours. Before making any slices or cutting it, let it rest 30mins.

  • Poached egg

    Portez une grande casserole d’eau à ébullition avec le vinaigre. Plongez les oeufs à ébullition, les laisser 5 à 6 minutes durant l'ébullition.

    Les refroidir rapidement sous l,eau froide, les écaler avec délicatesse.

  • Tomato smoked mayonnaise

    In a kitchenaid, if possible, add the Dijon mustard and the egg yolk. Mix everything at medium speed (5-6) for 2-3mins until the blend is entirely homogenous. Bring the speed up (8), then gently pour the oil slowly until a very smooth and silk mass begins to form. Add the remaining oil back at medium speed (6), then add everything that's left; the vinegar, the tomato paste and the liquid smoke. Salt & pepper to taste.

  • Montage

    Be generous with the mayonnaise on the grilled bread. Add thin, thin slices of ham and lastly the perfectly poached egg. Done.

  • Bread

    Toast your slices of bread on both sides in the oven with a little bit of butter.

The longer you braise the ham under wrap, the better, at low temperature. For an extra kick you can always add a slice of Boston lettuce in the sandwich.

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