Serves 8


Lamb innards

500g Lamb innards (mix of lamb lung and heart)

150g root vegetables

100ml dry white wine

1l cold water

300ml lamb stock

100ml water from a pickles glass

1 fresh bay leaf

1 juniper berry

1 clove

¼ cup of untreated lemon


Black pepper from the mill

Some white wine vinegar

A little corn flour for binding

2 pickled gherkins

1 tablespoon chopped chives

1 tablespoon crème fraîche

Fine granulated sugar

Watercress flan

4 eggs

2 egg yolks

30g wheat flour type 405

6 tablespoons watercress purée

5 tablespoons lard oil

100g nut butter


Freshly grated nutmeg

Fine granulated sugar

Watercress purée

1kg fresh watercress


Quail eggs

125g butter

500ml water

5g alginate

4 quail eggs

Porcini mushrooms

4 fresh porcini mushrooms (the size of a champagne cork )

1 sprig of thyme

100ml veal glace

1 tablespoon porcini flour

To serve

Some watercress leaves or small basil tips


Watercress purée

Pick the watercress leaves from the stems, wash well and drain. Bring plenty of water to the boil in a pot and add salt. Prepare a bowl of ice water and put it aside. Blanch the watercress leaves in boiling salted water until soft, then scoop out of the blanching water and plunge into ice water. Squeeze the blanched watercress leaves well with your hands and pour into a Pacojet cup. Freeze the Pacojet cup for at least 12 hours. Then place it in the Pacojet and let it run through 5 times. Meanwhile freeze the shaved ice
in the Pacojet cup again for a few hours. Then spread the shaved ice through a fine sieve.

Lamb innards

Place the whole lamb innard pieces into a pot, add the cleaned and diced root vegetables and white wine. Then fill with cold water and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer everything for about 60 minutes until soft. Pour the lamb innard stock through a fine sieve. Press the cooked innards and let cool. Once the lamb innards have cooled, cut them into thin strips and set aside. Place the drained lamb innard stock, the lamb stock, the gherkin water, the bay leaf, juniper berries and cloves in a saucepan. Peel the lemon with a potato peeler and add the peel. Boil everything together and let reduce by half. Season the sauce with salt, freshly ground black pepper and a dash of white wine vinegar. Stir a little corn flour with a little cold water and bind the sauce. Cut the pickled gherkins into thin strips and mix with the chopped lamb innards. Stir in the chives and crème fraîche. Again, season to taste with white wine vinegar, salt, fine granulated sugar and freshly ground black pepper.

Quail eggs

Melt the butter in a saucepan and clarify, then leave to cool. Pour the water into a bowl, stir and dissolve the alginate. Open the quail eggs and separate the egg white from the yolk. Place each quail egg in the alginate bath for 4 minutes, then remove and place them in clean cold water for 4 minutes. Then place them into the clarified butter, and cover it at 50°C until it’s ready to serve.

Watercress flan

Whisk the eggs with the egg yolks in a food processor until frothy. Stir in the sifted flour and watercress purée until everything is well blended. Then refine the mixture with lard oil and nut butter and season with salt, freshly grated nutmeg and fine granulated sugar to taste. Spread the mixture through a fine sieve, then pour into an Espuma bottle and load with three N²O-cartridges. before serving fill the Flan mixture in high egg cups and bake at 600 watts in the microwave for 16 seconds. Carefully remove the finished flan from the egg cup with a knife, turn out and serve immediately.

Porcini mushrooms

Clean the mushrooms. Pluck the thyme leaves from the twig and chop finely. Coat the mushrooms with some hot meat glace and place on a small baking sheet. Then sprinkle with the finely chopped thyme leaves and mushroom powder and bake in a preheated oven at 180°C at upper and lower heat high for 3 minutes. Brush the mushrooms with some meat glace and briefly place under the Salamander or under the grill oven to cook “au gratin”. Repeat this glace and gratin process for 4 to 5 times.

To serve

Distribute the lamb innards onto 4 deep plates. Place onto each a mushroom gratin. Remove the quail yolks from the clarified butter and place one egg yolk each on the lamb innards. Next to it, place a watercress flan and garnish with watercress leaves or small basil tips, then serve immediately.

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