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7 hours 7 min.

Cost:

31.2 $AU

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Starters

Crème de foie gras :

This is a rather tricky recipe in which foie gras is used to make a savoury cream, similar to a crème brulée but - of course - without sugar and without caramelizing the top. Instead, it is topped with an espuma (a light hot foam) of potatoes, garnished with crispy morsels of serrano ham.

Ready in: 3 hours 33 min.
Cost: 14.3 $AU

Crème de foie gras

Main course

Melting Epoisses on toast :

Lightly buttered bread, a slurp of dry white wine, cured ham, sliced potato and a piece of Epoisse. A few minutes in the oven is enough to melt the cheese over the potatoes and crisp up the bread.

Ready in: 1 hour 26 min.
Cost: 12.5 $AU

Melting Epoisses on toast

Desserts

French custard tart :

Custard pie is made with a shortcrust pastry base, and filled with an egg vanilla "custard" mix (prepared beforehand). Filling and pastry cook together in the oven.

Ready in: 2 hours 8 min.
Cost: 4.4 $AU

French custard tart

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Last modified on: December 19th 2014


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