2 in 1 use: a Foie Gras to be eaten hot or cold
Here is a product that will delight both purists thanks to its original form of Foie and also those looking for originality with the possibility of eating it hot, in the pan-fried Foie Gras version.
In order to guarantee a lobe of Foie Gras with a minimum of melting during cooking, this product is pre-cooked in a bag at low temperature.
You can eat it as is as an aperitif, as a starter or cut it into 8 to 10 nice slices. You will thus obtain pan-fried Foie Gras escalopes that are easy to prepare without any special handling or technique.
An easy to prepare product, ideal as a starter for 5 people or as a main course for 3 guests.
The Edouard Artzner House, a unique know-how
This lobe of Duck Foie Gras has been carefully prepared by our Chefs according to a unique recipe preserved since 1803.
To guarantee exceptional quality, your Foie Gras has been cold deveined. This is an artisanal process which allows the extraction of all the veins. It is therefore free of all imperfections.
It is then seasoned with a subtle blend of 13 spices salt, pepper, etc., which will give your Foie Gras a bouquet of fine and light aromas.
After being seasoned, your lobe of Duck Foie Gras is cooked at a low temperature to obtain a soft and melting texture.
How to cook your lobe of Duck Foie Gras successfully?
To cook your Duck Foie Gras escalopes successfully, cut your lobe into slices about 1.5 cm thick. Once your slices are cut, place your Duck Foie Gras escalopes directly into a hot frying pan, without adding any fat. Sear your escalopes for about 1.5 minutes on each side.
Caution: Pan-fried Foie Gras cools quickly and should be served quickly after cooking.
Traditional and original recipes for pan-fried Foie Gras
If you are looking for an original recipe, discover without further delay our Pan-fried Foie Gras with pumpkin cream, made by our Chef.
To enhance your pan-fried Foie Gras you can combine it with sweet flavours, such as a compote of figs, apricots or caramelised apples.
You can also make a great classic of French cuisine: tournedos Rossini, made with cooked beef fillet placed on bread, covered with a slice of pan-fried Foie Gras and drizzled with a truffle and Madeira sauce.