Langoustine roll (serves 4)
By Chef Poul Andrias Ziska
Ingredients for langoustines:
12 medium-sized langoustines
200g salt brine (4g of salt dissolved in 200g drinking water to make a brine with a 2% ratio)
Blanch the 12 langoustines for 10 seconds and cool down in ice drinking water.
Individual the tail from the head and peel off the tail from the shell.
- Preserve the heads, claws and shells for afterwards use.
- Keep six of the langoustines in an airtight container included with a moist fabric in the fridge.
- Put the other six langoustines in the salt brine for 20 minutes, and then retail outlet identical way.
Elements for burnt langoustine oil:
6 langoustine leftovers (heads, claws and shells)
900 g neutral-flavoured oil
Glowing incredibly hot charcoal
- Roast the heads, shells and claws from the initially 6 langoustines in the oven at 200C for 15 min.
- Transfer the roasted langoustine leftovers to a tiny (oven-proof) container and deal with them with 900g of oil.
- Include the container with a lid and prepare dinner in the oven at 60C for 12 hours.
- Pressure the oil into a pot and set in a glowing piece of charcoal and include with a lid – be really mindful: there may be a whole lot of smoke!
- Go away the charcoal to infuse for 5 minutes, then strain by way of a fantastic sieve and store the burnt langoustine oil in the fridge.
Ingredients for langoustine emulsion:
6 langoustine leftovers (head, claws and shells from the other 6 langoustines)
3l drinking water
30g burnt langoustine oil (from recipe higher than)
- Toss the heads, shells and claws in a minor oil and roast in the oven for 20 minutes at 250C.
- Include 1l of drinking water to the tray of langoustine leftovers and bake for yet another five minutes to deglaze the tray.
- Transfer the roasted langoustine leftovers to a mixer with a flat beater attachment and operate for two minutes to split the heads, shells and claws into small pieces.
- Then transfer to a pot with the remaining 2l of drinking water and simmer for 2 hours.
- Strain the inventory into a new pot and lower down to a thick, caramel-like texture (close to 40g) and leave to awesome down.
- Gradually emulsify the burnt langoustine oil into the lowered langoustine bisque. Slowly and gradually incorporate the burnt langoustine oil into the lowered langoustine bisque whilst whisking vigorously.
- Transfer to a piping bag and retail outlet in the fridge until finally use.
Ingredients for crispy rolls: (approx 18 rolls)
20g burnt langoustine oil
2.5g potato starch
Dried dulse powder
- Minimize the potatoes and leeks into compact cubes and transfer to a pot include with water and simmer for 30 minutes right up until fully tender.
- Pressure and transfer the cooked potatoes and leeks to a Thermomix together with the rest of the ingredients (except for the dulse powder) and spin at 80C for five minutes at medium velocity.
- Distribute the resulting dough on to a silicone mat at 1mm thickness.
- Dry the dough in the oven at 90C with no admirer for around 30 minutes until the dough has a leathery texture.
- Depart the dried dough to neat for five minutes, then meticulously eliminate it from the silicon mat.
- Sprinkle both sides with the dried dulse powder and then slice into 7cm x 7cm squares.
- Bake 5 squares at a time 130C with no supporter till golden brown (around 10 minutes).
- Speedily wrap the baked squares all over a 22mm-diameter metallic cylinder and depart to neat.
- Cautiously eliminate the crispy roll from the metal cylinder and retail outlet in an airtight container with a Silicasec tablet (to avoid humidity forming) in a interesting dry location.
Assembling the dish:
Langoustines (from above)
2g finely chopped shallots
1g finely chopped lovage
1g lemon zest
Forget about-me-not flowers (Myosotis scorpioides)
Mayflowers (Crataegus monogyna)
Devil’s-little bit scabious flowers (Succisa pratensis)
- Pan-fry the non-brined langoustines, cut them into smaller sized cubes and transfer into a modest container.
- Lower the brined langoustines into cubes and increase to the container with the shallots, lovage and lemon zest, and combine every thing well alongside one another.
- Season with the liquid koji, lemon juice and salt.
- Fill the rolls with the langoustine mixture and put them on the plate.
- Pipe a small line of the burnt langoustine emulsion on leading of the roll and beautify with the herbs and bouquets
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