Sliced pheasant fillet, pheasant leg in aspic, pomme maxime, quince and foie gras
Ingredients (4 people)
1 pheasant // 1 Agria potatoes // 1 onion // 1 carrot // ¼ green celery // ¼ green leek // vegetable gelatine // olive oil // butter // 1 quince // 50 g uncooked foie gras // salt // pepper
Remove the bones, season and cook ‘sous vide’ at 64 °C for 25 minutes.
Remove the bones, season and cook ‘sous vide’ at 25 °C for 2 h 30 minutes then dice.
Take 1 carrot, 1 onion, 1 stick of green celery and ¼ of a green leek. Make a stock, chill in the fridge then remove the fat.
Take 150 g of clarified pheasant stock, season and add 3g of vegetable gelatine. Dilute the vegetable gelatine with cold water and bring to the boil before pouring over the diced leg meat in a silicon mould.
Slice the quince into pieces, place in water with ascorbic acid, drain and cook ‘sous vide’ at 95 °C for 1 hour with a knob of butter and some grenadine syrup.Pomme maxime: slice Agria potatoes into slices 1 mm thick. Then cook between 2 oiled Silpats for 20-25 minutes at 155 °C.
Add a few shavings of raw foie gras.
Recipes: Eric en Tristan Martin (Lemonnier)
Photos: France Gavroy