8 oz. Chilean Salmon fillets, fresh or frozen, boneless, skin removed, fat line removed, cut into 1” cubes
6 oz. Heavy cream
4 oz. Plain yogurt or Greek yogurt
1 tsp. Salt
3 oz. Whole butter (3/4 stick) – warmed to room temperature
1/2 oz. Red Beet, grated on micro-plane
1 loaf French Bread
3 oz. Olive Oil
Medium size bowls, spoons, knife, cutting board, micro-plane, kitchen thermometer, Sous Vide cooker, blender, 8-ounce mason jars (3 each), coarse wire sieve, plastic bowl scraper, plastic piping bag.
Method of Preparation
- Rinse salmon fillets in ice cold water, confirm fish is free of bones and scales, pat dry.
- Place heavy cream in a small part and gently heat to 110 degrees, gently stir in the yogurt, add butter, and remove from heat. Stir until combined.
- Add half the cream, yogurt, butter mixture to blender with salmon cubes. Blend starting on low speed and then gradually increase to medium.
- Slowly drizzle in the rest of the cream and butter mixture. Continue blending for 20-30 seconds until smooth.
- Adjust color by adding grated beet – add ¼ tsp at a time until preferred color is attained.
- Pass salmon mixture through a coarse wire sieve into a bowl using a rubber spatula or plastic bowl scraper.
- Transfer pâté mixture to a plastic piping bag.
- Cast pate into 8-ounce mason jars by piping 7+/- ounces into each jar. Place lids on jars.
- Cook jars sous vide in a water bath – 122°F for 2 hours,
- To serve, scoop cooked pate into a piping bag while warm, pipe onto toasted French bread and garnish with whatever you like – we like micro greens, salmon roe, mini lemon wedges and a drizzle of olive oil.
Note: this recipe is technical – be sure to follow weights, measures, and guidelines precisely.
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