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April 27, 2008

Hoist The Sails!

I love to improvise in the kitchen especially on the weekend when I have plenty of time. I wanted to cook something fresh. While looking around in my pantry I saw that I have plenty of lemons. I remembered that once I made some lemony pork cutlet that was very yummy, as I am a big lemon fan, no wonder that I loved it. So far so good. Now I only needed a sauce and some vegetables. Green beans! Yeah that is good. Lately I am on the sabayon run, so it was clear that I am going to whisk a white wine-lemon zabaglione. Some pototaes sure also fit the whole thing, and here I go with the potato-sage leaf sails!




Ingredients:
1 pork tenderloin
juice of one lemon

1 tablespoon dijon mustard
1 tablespoon honey
butter

salt, pepper
250 g green beans

5 slices ementaler cheese
9 slices of bacon

flour, 1 egg, breadcrumbs
oil
potatoes, sage leaves, olive oil

100 ml white wine
100 ml beef stook
thyme
juice and zest of 1 lemon
salt, pepper

4 egg yolks


Slice pork and marinate for 30 minutes. Heat butter and fry meat.
With a mandoline slice potatoes and put a sage leaf between two slices. Deep fry in oil.
Cook beans and roll in cheese, bacon and cover in breadcrumbs. Deep fry.
For the zabaglione cook white wine, stock, lemon juice, thyme with salt and pepper, reduce.
Over steam whisk it together with egg yolks
for 10-15 minutes.

6 comments:

Lina said...

what a beautiful and creative dish!

toontz said...

Those potatoes are just amazing! I am going to have to bookmark this page, great job!

Rachel said...

Really pretty and fun!

Kevin said...

Those green bean rolls look really tasty. Great idea!

Cindy. Lo. said...

Very pretty!

lamiacucina said...

Kreative Kartoffel-"ravioli"

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