Feuillete d'escargots et cepes au santenay
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Feuillete d'escargots et cepes au santenay
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:56:43 AM. Recipe ID 19025. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Feuillete d'escargots et cepes au santenay
 Categories: Appetizers, Seafood, Masterchefs, New york, Lcb
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
    1/2 lb Puff Pastry **
      1 lg Egg yolk
  1 1/2 ts Water, cold
      5 tb Butter, unsalted
    1/4 c  Shallot, chopped, fine
    1/2 lb Mushrooms, chanterelles *
           -- coarsely chopped,
           -- (about 3 1/2 cups)
      3 ea Cepes, fresh, sliced
     24 ea Snails, (1 - 7 1/2 oz
           -- can), drained, rinsed
      3 tb Cognac, plus more as
           -- needed
    3/4 c  Santenay OR
    3/4 c  Wine, red, full-bodied
      1 c  Sauce, Bordelaise ** OR
      1 c  Stock, veal **
           Salt (to taste)
           Pepper (to taste)

MMMMM--------------------------GARNISH-------------------------------
      4 lg Mushrooms, stems trimmed
           -- flush with caps, caps
           -- fluted
      2 tb Water
      1 tb Juice, lemon
      1 tb Butter
 
       * Other wild or cultivated mushrooms may be substituted
      ** See recipes for Puff Pastry, Bordelaise Sauce, and Veal Stock.
  
  For Feuilletes: ===============
  
       Roll out your puff pastry to large rectangle, 1/8-inch thick.
  Use a 5-inch oval or 4-inch round cutter to cut out 4 pieces of
  pastry. Place them on a baking sheet.  Stir together the egg yolk and
  water and lightly brush the pastry with this egg wash.  Chill pastry
  for 30 minutes.
  
       Preheat oven to 400 F.  Bake feuilletes for 20 minutes, then
  lower the temperature to 350 F and continue to bake until they've
  turned golden brown (about 5 to 10 minutes longer.)  Cool them on a
  rack.
  
       In a saucepan, heat 3 tablespoons of butter over medium-high
  heat and add the shallot, stirring until wilted (about 2 minutes.)
  Add the chanterelles and cepes and stir until quite dry (6 to 8
  minutes.) Add snails and toss well.
  
       Add 3 tablespoons of Cognac, light the alcohol carefully with a
  long handled match, and cook 1 to 2 minutes.  Transfer this mixture
  to a sieve placed over a bowl and return the pan to heat.  Add red
  wine and reduce by half, scraping up any browned bits in the pan
  (about 4 minutes.)
  
       Add Bordelaise sauce, or veal stock and reduce until thickened
  enough to coat a spoon lightly, 3 to 5 minutes.  Remove the pan from
  the heat, swirl in the remaining butter a little at a time, and
  adjust seasonings to taste with salt and pepper and a few drops of
  Cognac.
  
  For Garnish: ============
  
       Slice the tops off of the feuilletes and scoop out insides.
  Return feuillettes and their lids to the oven briefly to reheat.  In
  a small saucepan, combine the mushrooms, water, lemon juice and 1
  tablespoon of butter.  Bring to a boil over medium-high heat; cover
  and cook, shaking the pan occasionally, until just tender (about 4
  minutes.) Remove the mushrooms; drain them and cut them into thick
  slices.
  
  To Assemble: ============
  
       Add the snail-mushroom mixture to your sauce and bring it all to
  a simmer.  Place heated pastry shells on 4 heated plates and fill
  with snail mixture.  Garnish with mushroom slices by overlapping them
  along 1 edge of each shell.  Spoon any remaining sauce over, replace
  lids at a slight angle, and serve immediately.
  




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Recipe ID 19025 (Apr 03, 2005)

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