Hello and good evening,
This is Yugo, from Japan Tokyo “bistorot SEMAILLES” !!
Today, we will be sharing the recipe for making Pate en Croute. Our focus will mainly be on creating the shape by lining the mold with the puff pastry.
This is a recipe for professional chefs.
We will also be sharing the recipe for the filling and the jelly that goes on top.
So let’s get started!
Our Pate en Croute mold looks like this:
(dimensions – Width x Depth x Height (mm): 250x65x75)
Please adjust the quantities as necessary since it seems to be out of stock at the moment.
1. Puff Pastry
1 Egg + Water…90g
Mix the dry ingredients and cold, diced butter in a food processor until it becomes sand-like. Add the beaten egg mixture and continue to mix. When it comes together, remove from the processor, shape it on a table, wrap it in cling film, and let it rest in the fridge overnight before using.
Pork arm meat…250g
Guinea fowl breast…250g
Port wine, brandy…a little bit
Your favorite spices
Marinate each meat with salt and sugar overnight. Foie gras and pork liver with liquor as well. Mince pork and liver. Cut chicken breasts into large pieces and foie gras into about 1cm cubes. Mix them together with the egg and add whatever spices you like. We mainly use black pepper, sage, allspice, cat Epis, and garlic in my bistro.
3. Port Wine Jelly
Aromatic Vegetables…as required
Mix all the ingredients except gelatin in a pot, and clarify the mixture like when making consommé. Once clarified, dissolve the gelatin and strain it.
We have made a video tutorial for this recipe, so please check it out!
We think this is one of the easiest Pate en Croute tutorials out there since we couldn’t find a lot of good ones.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask us.
We hope this recipe will be helpful for those who are making Pate en Croute for the first time or those who are having trouble making it just right.
We want to eat delicious Pate en Croute too!
Let’s make a lot together and please let us taste it!
Potluck parties are the best, right?
There are many different types of Pate en Croute molds, so if you’ve tried one, please let us know how it turned out.