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Duck Foie Gras with reinette apples flambeed with Marc de Gewurztraminer

Recipes

Duck Foie Gras with reinette apples flambeed with Marc de Gewurztraminer

Level of difficulty : ***

Ingredients for 10 people

 

  • 1 piece of raw Duck Foie Gras (500 g)
  • 15 g of spiced salt
  • 1 Reinette apple
  • 2 cl Marc de Gewurztraminer
  • 11 pinches of cinnamon
  • 3 gr caster sugar
  • 1 knob of butter
  • 15 cl chicken stock base

 

Preparation

The day before:

- Cut the apple into 2 then into about ten 5 mm slices.

- In a buttered frying pan, cook the slices of apple on both sides until they colour.

- Remove from the heat and sprinkle with the sugar and cinnamon, then flambé with the Marc de Gewurztraminer. Leave to cool and set aside in the refrigerator.

- Finally, prepare your Foie Gras: devein and season the raw Duck Foie Gras with the spiced salt and set aside in the refrigerator.

The next day:

- Roll the Foie Gras into a cylinder or sausage shape about 5-6 cm in diameter.

- Cut this "sausage" lengthways and place 70 g of your apple preparation on one of the cut surfaces. Place the apple preparation in the middle, leaving 1 cm on either side.

- Close the sausage up again with the other half of the Foie Gras to reform the cylinder. Roll your Foie Gras in a cloth and tie up with string at both ends.

- In a saucepan, heat the white stock base to 70°C and plunge in the Foie Gras wrapped in the cloth. Cook for 50 minutes (at 70°C). Leave to cool.

- When your Foie Gras has hardened, delicately remove the cloth and roll your preparation in cling film ensuring no air is trapped inside. Consume within 3 days.

The chef’s advice

Reinette apples can be replaced by Boskoops, which remain firmer when cooked.