Beetroot summer terrine
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Beetroot summer terrine

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Serves 6

summer refreshing terrine

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Ingredients

  • Cooked beetroot,calvados,gelatine leaf,grapefruit,lemon juice

Method

    1. sliced the cooked beetroot finely,segment the grapfruit
    2. disolve 3 gelatine leaf into a dish with cold water for 10 to 15 minutes.
    3. boiled 500ml of calvados and had your gelatine leaf and wisk to desolve completly
    4. in your terrine dish had a layer of beetroot and another one with the grapruit segment till the terrine is complete,poor the calvados over the terrine and press down for the liquid to penetrate the mixture and rest in the fridge for about 3 to 5 hours
    5. tips :use cling film or non stick terrine dish for the terrine to come out easly this dish can be served with a light lemon vinaigrette or a watermelon salsa

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Comments (1)

madfoodies's picture
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Yummy , love that recipie well design and pretty to look at , try to do it like this one but i wasnt far lol well the guy is a cardiff best chef ,me and my husband meet him in cardiff ,well 1 word this chef is amazing and we need chef like Nordine to put wales in a food map. a+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++.

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