Light duck sliced foie gras mousse with orange
With biscottes or any kind of fresh bread of the day, to taste in all its splendor. Magnificent aperitif with a cold punch or a glass of cava
A symphony of contrasts between the softness, creaminess and the salty touch of the best foie, with the acidity and spicy sweetness of the orange seeds
1 Cuit’s Grand Mere Gusso Duck Foie gras can
50g cream cooked to cook
1 Beat the foie with the beater arm at low power so that the foie is not cut by temperature increase and add the brandy.
2 Mix gently with the whipped cream to cook.
3 Season with pepper
4 Meter in pastry bag and reserve in refrigerator until we use it
5 In the refrigerator it becomes thicker, so it is best to take it out one hour before use to warm it to room temperature and to be smoother.
1 Fill the turbinates with the pastry bag
2 Decorate with flowers ……..
3 Arrange in a glass filled with maldon salt, chopped almonds ………..
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