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Fried foie gras cutlet, quince balls with a tart Cox's apple jus

Fried foie gras cutlet, quince balls with a tart Cox's apple jus
By the chef
Christophe Roure

Fried foie gras cutlet, quince balls with a tart Cox's apple jus


Ingredients

Serves 6

  • 6 foie gras cutlets (cut from a nicely plump 450 g foie)
  • Fleur de sel, Sichuan pepper and Penjab pepper
  • 1 quince

Poaching syrup

  • 500 ml water
  • 150 g powdered sugar
  • 1 vanilla pod
  • Ascorbic acid

Apple sauce

  • 300 ml apple juice (Cox’s apples)
  • 1 vanilla pod
  • 20 ml quince vinegar
  • 20 g butter

Method

Quince balls

  • Using a melon baller, scoops balls out of the pre-peeled quince.
  • Poach them in the syrup, making sure they stay firm.

Apple sauce

  • While the quince is poaching, reduce the apple juice with the vanilla pod, add the quince vinegar (syrupy consistency).
  • Beat the butter sauce, then roll the quince balls in it.

Foie gras cutlets

  • Fry the foie gras cutlets in a hot, non-stick frying pan with no oil or butter.
  • Finish with a twist of a pepper mill filled with star anise, fennel seeds, Sichuan pepper and Penjab pepper.

Finishing and presentation

  • Lay the balls out in a triangle in the middle of a plate, drizzle them with the apple sauce.
  • Finish by adding a few sticks of Granny Smith or Cox’s apple and some winter salad leaves, and position the slice of foie gras on the over side of the plate, sprinkled with fleur de sel.

Bon appétit!