Recipe Shepherd's pie of free-range poultry supreme

ô supreme bocal, stuff yourself with poultry supreme and good potatoes for our greatest pleasure. This is a good, elegant alternative to the traditional shepherd's pie. You can make this recipe with chicken, turkey, guinea fowl… By using Super 200 terrines, you'll have a presentation worthy of a chef and something to leave your table speechless.

Hachis Parmentier de suprême de volaille fermière
Preparation time:
45 min
Heat treatment time:
45 min
Difficulty:
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Ingredients

Number of persons: 4 Le Parfait Super 200 terrines
  • 1 kg Bintje potatoes
  • 1 Sweet onion
  • 20 cl Poultry juice
  • 6 Farmhouse poultry supremes
  • 10 cl White vinegar
  • 6 cl Olive oil
  • Pc Salt/pepper
  • Pc Fleur de sel

Recommended products

We recommend: Terrines Le Parfait Familia Wiss > Terrine - 200 g (Diameter : 82)

Preparation

  • Peel the bintje potatoes, cut into large cubes and rinse in a bath of cold water and white vinegar.
  • Place the potato cubes in a pan of cold water and bring to the boil. Leave to cook for around 30 minutes. Check with the tip of a knife (if the potato is melting, it is cooked).
  • Mash the potato cubes and set aside. Using a chopper, crush and chop the chicken breasts. Heat the olive oil in a casserole dish and brown the chopped chicken. At the end of the cooking time, add the chicken juice. Adjust the seasoning (be careful not to season for very young children).
  • Place a thin layer of mashed potatoes in the Le Parfait Super Terrine 200, then add the minced poultry and top with the mashed potatoes. Close the jar and heat immediately for 45 minutes at 100°C.


Preparation for serving: Prepare a bain-marie in a saucepan and arrange the terrines. Bring to the boil. Open just before serving. Add a pinch of fleur de sel and a drizzle of olive oil. Serve straight from the jar.

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2 comments

On va supposer, si j’en crois d’autres recettes, que l’oignon émincé est mélangé à la viande lors de sa cuisson. Il n’est pas interdit non plus d’ajouter quelques herbes (persil par exemple) et pourquoi pas quelques champignons de Paris préalablement revenus. On peut aussi passer les terrines au four pour un léger “gratinage” pour ceux qui aiment…

Alain

on ne parle pas de l oignon dans la préparation ?

garin

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