Turbot, iberico croquette, melted leeks, jerusalem artichoke, lemon thyme and hazelnut

Hywel Jones

Hywel Jones

4th January 2017
Hywel Jones

Turbot, iberico croquette, melted leeks, jerusalem artichoke, lemon thyme and hazelnut

Turbot is a large, saltwater flatfish known for its firm, white flesh and delicate flavour, dry-heat methods of cooking such as baking, roasting, grilling and pan-frying are recommended for a flavoursome finish – Take a look at the following Turbot, iberico croquette, melted leeks, jerusalem artichoke, lemon thyme and hazelnut recipe as tried and tested by our professional chefs. As part of The Staff Canteen Live, Hywel Jones will be creating ⁣a fillet of day boat cornish turbot recipe with iberico croquette, melted leeks, jerusalem artichoke, lemon thyme and hazelnut ⁣for his demonstration ⁣at the Great Hospitality Show 2017 - supported by Westlands, and in association with Hoshizaki. ⁣You can register here: www.livebuzzreg.co.uk/2017/ghs17/register/?utm_source=3rd%20party%20website&utm_campaign=the%20staff%20canteen&utm_medium=banner ⁣If you are unable to get a ticket the event will be streamed live in real time direct onto The Staff Canteen YouTube channel- www.youtube.com/user/StaffCanteen


  • 1x 100g portion turbot (FISH)
  • 3 swipes artichoke puree (DAIRY,CREAM)
  • 2 halves roasted baby artichoke (SULPHITES, DAIRY BUTTER)
  • 1 Tablespoon melted leeks (ONION, DAIRY BUTTER)
  • 1x 15g Iberico croquette (SULPHITES, DAIRY, BUTTER, MILK, WHEAT GLUTEN)
  • 1kg peeled sliced artichokes
  • 1 litre double cream
  • 1 peeled clove garlic
  • Few sprigs of thyme
  • Pinch rock salt
  • 125g fondant Jerusalem artichokes ( Cooked sous vide with butter and pinch of salt then roast with thyme, garlic and butter)
  • 50g finely diced Iberico
  • 25g Bechamel
  • 50g butter
  • 50g flour
  • 500mls milk
  • 100ml finished chicken sauce
  • 50ml Beurre noisette
  • 50ml Pedro Jiminez sherry reduced by half
  • 25ml lemon juice
  • Seasoning
  • Crushed freshly roasted hazelnuts
  • Picked lemon thyme leaves


Combine and bring to a simmer, cover with a cartouche, and bake at 130° untill soft. Drain and blitz.
Combine and season
Form a roux, add hot milk to a smooth emulsion and cook gently for 10 minutes stirring continuously.
Combine all but do not boil

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