French Feasts by Stephane Reynaud, includes recipes like Pumpkin Soup with Roasted Pumpkin Seeds (Soupe de Courge et Ses Graines Grillées); Neck of Mutton Stew (Ragout de Mouton); and Pike Terrine (Terrine de Brochet).
(Terrine de Brochet)
For 1 Terrine
Preparation Time: 30 Minutes
Cooking Time: 1 Hour 10 minutes
- Pike (or another firm,
white-fleshed fish) 1
- Eggs 4
- Heavy cream 3/4 cup
- Savoy cabbage 1
- Piquillo peppers 10
- Cardamom 1 teaspoon
- Salt, pepper
1. Fillet the fish, debone using a pair of hair tweezers (do not use wax, an epilator, or a beautician), and remove the skin. Process the fillers with the eggs to obtain as fine a mixture as possible. Add the cream and season.
2. Blanch the cabbage leaves for 5 minutes in a large saucepan of salted boiling water. Refresh immediately under cold water.
3. Layout a large sheet of plastic wrap. Spread some cabbage leaves on it, curly side down, and cover with the fish mixture. Place the piquillo peppers down the middle, sprinkle with cardamom, and roll up firmly. Wrap in several layers of plastic wrap, keeping the terrine tightly rolled.
4. Poach for 1 hour on a gentle simmer. Chill before removing the wrap.
Wine: Crozes-Hermitage Blanc
- 299 Traditional Recipes for Family Meals and Gatherings
- by Stephane Reynaud
- Photographs by Marie-Pierre Morel
- Stewart, Tabori & Chang 2009
- $40.00 US / $49.95 CAN
- 480 pages; more than 500 color photographs and illustrations
- ISBN-10: 1584797940
- ISBN: 978-0-470-37133-6
- Recipe reprinted by permission.
Buy French Feasts
- Pumpkin Soup with Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
(Soupe de Courge et Ses Graines Grillées)
- Neck of Mutton Stew (Ragout de Mouton)
- Pike Terrine (Terrine de Brochet)
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