Foie gras cooked sous-vide, stewed onion with cranberry juice, fleur de sel, brioche toast
Vegetables and Fruits, Duck
Foie gras evokes festive events. You'll be sure to enjoy it with this technique.
IngredientsRecipe for 12
Sous-vide foie gras
Preparation time: 120.00 min
Preheat your Vaccum at 134.60 °F
- Foie gras preparation
Lightly press the lobes with your fingers, sprinkle the seasoning all over them.
Leave the lobes to marinate at least 15 minutes (ideally over night)
Put the lobes back together and roll them in cling film to make an even and tight roll.
Place in the freezer for a few hours so it wont deform once vacuum sealed.
- Foie gras cooking process
Fill up your tank with water, it must reach 55°C. Let it cook for an hour, then put it IMMEDIATELY in an ice bath to stop the cooking process.
You absolutely need a thermal shock to stop the cooking process. The center of the foie gras must be cooked at 54/55°C.
- Stewed onions
Peel and slice the onions, sweatthem in a pan with a little butter and oil, add salt. We dont want coloration here.
Pour the cranberry juice in, add the sugar and leave to simmer on low heat so the onions absorb the juice.
Once stewed, put the onions in a jar in a fridge. They must be served cold.
In a frying pan with some butter, toast the brioche slices. Make sure they're nicely colored on both sides.
If needed, clean the sprouts.
- Plating and last touch
Pass your knife under hot water to make nice slices of foie gras (about 5mm).
Delicately place the slice on the plate and then some stewed onions.
Slice the brioche bread in triangles, place on the plate and finish with some pea sprouts and some "fleur de sel".
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