Deep Fried Guinea Fowl with Truffle, Sour Kale, Smoked Bean Royale and BBQ Sauce.

Jamie May

Jamie May

27th February 2020

Deep Fried Guinea Fowl with Truffle, Sour Kale, Smoked Bean Royale and BBQ Sauce.

300 min

This dish will be prepared on stage at #TSCLive.

Ingredients

bbq sauce

  • 600ml pineapple juice Half a red chilli (including seeds) 100g peeled and grated ginger 400ml tomato ketchup 90ml reg wine vinegar 90ml Worcestershire sauce 100g dark brown sugar 75ml soy sauce 10g salt

Braised kale

  • 1 Spanish onion (peeled and thinly sliced) 3 cloves of garlic (peeled and thinly sliced) 5 anchovies 100ml rapeseed oil 1kg picked and washed 200ml chicken stock Pickled cabbage (1 whole, drained and sliced thinly

faggot mix

  • 1kg of minced chicken leg 1kg minced pork lard 333g fresh breadcrumbs (no crust-blended) 33g table salt 13g cracked black 300g cracked eggs (blended) 30g truffle paste

royale mix

  • 150g vegetable puree (made to recipe) 100g double cream 1 whole egg 4 egg yolks

smoked aioli

  • 320g dry mash (at room temp) 50g Dijon mustard 60g pasteurised eggs 20g white wine vinegar 10g garlic (micro planed) 300ml smoked oil (cold pressed rapeseed maple smoked) 20g lemon juice 18g salt

vegetable purée

  • 1kg white beans (soaked over night in water & bicarb) 1 carrot (peeled and chopped) 1 Spanish onion (peeled and chopped) 5 cloves of garlic peeled and whole 200g bacon trim/pancetta 500ml stock 200g smoked butter

matson sauce

  • 12 Spanish onions 1 bulb of garlic 40g of salt 120g curry powder 240g raisins 6 star anise 2g cayenne 240ml distilled malt vinegar 1 litre chicken stock 150g cornflour

Method

bbq sauce

Place pineapple juice, chili and ginger in a pan and reduce by half.
Add all other ingredients except salt.
Bring to the boil and simmer until thick and glossy.
Add salt and blend.

braised kale

In a large pan, sweat onions, garlic and anchovies in oil for 5-10 minutes.
Once soft, add kale and season. Place lid on top of steam.
Add stock (in small batches) cover with a lid and braise on a low heat for 30-35 minutes until tender.
Drain pickled cabbage and slice.
Add and chill, vac pac ready for service.

Faggot mix

Place all ingredients in a suitable bowl, ensure mixed.
Fry a small piece off to test.

Royale mix

Whisk all ingredients together, season.
Place 45g in black Staub dish.
Cook in a bain marie at 100.C for 10-12 mins.

Smoked aioli

Place all ingredients into robot coupe apart from oil.
Mix and slowly add oil until emulsified.
Check seasoning and place in piping bag for serving.

Vegetable purée

After beans have soaked for 24hrs, drain and rinse under cold water.
Place all ingredients apart from smoked butter into a suitable pan.
Bring to the boil, skim any scum off.
Simmer until tender, then blend until smooth with smoked butter.
Vac pac into 300g bags ready to make royal.

Matson sauce

Slice onions and garlic and sweat in pan with salt.
Put star anise in muslin bag add spices and raisins and continue to cook.
Add chicken stock and vinegar and cook till desired consistency.
Blend in vita and pass through chinois into large pan.
Dissolve cornflour in water then add the cornflour-water mix to sauce to thicken stirring continuously.
Correct seasoning with lemon juice, salt and butter.

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