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Chef Sebastian Breitinger’s Relishing Recipe Of Poached Red Wine Pears and Duck Rillette

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Chef Sebastian Breitinger, Professor of Culinary Arts at V.M Salgaocar Institute of International Hospitality Education (VMSIIHE), shares two of his favourite recipes which champion in the New Year 2022.

The deletable poached red wine pears is a refreshing take that goes outside the norm of what one would expect.

Rillettes are traditionally made with pork, this modern take on rillette uses duck and is guaranteed to impress your guests

POACHED RED WINE PEARS:

(Serves 10 pax)

Poached Red Wine Pears

INGREDIENTS:

1.8kgPears(10 nos)
2litresRed wine
400gSugar
100gOrange (zest to taste)
5gCinnamon stick
200gApple
20gMint leaves
500mlVanilla ice crem
   

PROCEDURE:

  • Peel the pears and poach them in red wine, sugar, cinnamon, and lemon zest, until well cooked through.
  • Take the pears from the pan. Boil the remaining liquid to reduce it by half so that it’s syrupy.
  • Serve each pear with the cooled syrup, a slice of orange, and mint.
  • Accompany with vanilla ice cream

DUCK RILLETTE

(Serves 5 pax)

DUCK RILLETTE

INGREDIENTS:

1.8kgDuck (leg)
500gDuck fat from the same duck
200gGarlic
10gBay leaf
20gThyme fresh
20gPepper corn(crushed)
40gSalt
250gOnion

PROCEDURE:

  • Clean the duck legs from the excess fat and reserve the same in a pot.
  • Place the duck legs in a dish, skin down and sprinkle salt, pepper, thyme, bay leaf, and garlic. Cover it and let it rest for 12 hours.
  • Add little water to the fat and melt it on slow fire then pass it through a fine strainer.
  • After marinating, debone the legs and place them skin down in the fat, so they are fully covered (add some oil if you do not have enough duck fat).
  • Heat the fat and let the legs confit at 70-80°C until nice and tender.
  • Cut onions in brunoise and confit them separately in some duck fat.
  • Remove legs from fat and mash with a potato masher, add onions.
  • On an ice bath stir slowly the required fat till observing a nice paste consistency.
  • Once done, let it rest for some time in the refrigerator and serve on toast with fresh onion rings.

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