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Twin-egg henaff french pate

Starter
8 servings
2 hours
5 min
Very Easy
I had prepared twenty of these Twin-Egg Henaff French Pates for my students' big day, using Henaff Chicken Liver Pate with Port Wine as it's more economical. So if you can't afford foie gras, this is a great alternative!

Ingredients

Number of serving: 8

20 pax:

2 Teriyaki Unagi (250g)

3 cans Henaff Chicken Liver Pate with Port Wine

2 sprigs of Spring Onion


Century Eggs:


(A)

3 tbsp Mirin, Japanese sweet sake

3 tbsp Goma Shabu sauce

1 tbsp Sesame oil


Tomatoes:

2 large Tomatoes

(B)


2 tsp Extra-virgin Olive Oil

1 tbsp Parsley flakes


Egg Mayo:

10 hard-boiled Eggs

(C)

1/2 cup Mayonnaise

1/2 tsp Black Pepper

Preparation

  • Remove shells from century eggs & rinse well. Separate yolk from "whites" & dice "whites". Mash yolk & mix with seasoning (A).
  • Wash & cut tomatoes into cubes. Marinate tomatoes with (B) for at least 30 mins.
  • Mash hard-boiled eggs & mix with (C). Mix marinated tomatoes with egg mayo.
  • Heat unagi according to package instruction. Dice & set aside.
  • Start laying party cups with 1st layer of egg mayo mixture.
  • Throw in unagi. Do not put in too much as it may be too sweet due to the teriyaki sauce. Add another layer of egg mayo, then top with century egg "whites".
  • Clean & chopped up spring onion. Sprinkle onto party cups, & top with pate & century egg yolk to get your pretty Twin-Egg Henaff French Pate! Bon Appetite!





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