Thursday, July 17, 2014

FFwD ~ Coddled Eggs with Foie Gras

This week's recipe was
choosen by Cher Rockwell!
The main ingredients were
foie gras pate or mousse
and optional black truffle
which I skipped over
used smoked duck breast
and bechamel sauce (pgs 375-376)
in place of heavy cream
nutmeg, salt and pepper to season
and two smallish eggs
steamed in single serving 
steaming basket
its pretty good!
delish to be correct!
  to check out the rest of group's results for this week's recipe at:
Coddled Eggs with Foie Gras (page 194)

Thanks for dropping by for a visit and leaving me a comment!


  1. Delicious twist on this recipe!!! YUM!

  2. I also like your take on this recipe - sounds delish.

  3. This is a great version - am sure Cher will approve!

  4. I like the ingredients that you used, a great combination. These were
    really, really good, we truly enjoyed them even overcooked.

  5. I think that I would have enjoyed your version much better than mine. Looks quite tasty actually.

  6. Emily, smoked duck breast looks like a wonderful substitute for foie gras - so glad that you liked your version of Dorie´s recipe!

  7. Love the change ups you did on this one. Also fun to see the steamer you used- great job. And that "shout out" to Cher for selecting this one was great,. Appreciate the sweet comments you left regarding our return- it is just WONDERFUL to be back :)

  8. Hmmmm, smoked duck. Sounds very tasty. One of my favorite FFWD recipes is Duck Breasts with Fresh Peaches. Have you tried it? I need a steamer like yours. Looks as if it did the job.

  9. Your eggs look perfect - gorgeous steamer. I've never tried smoked duck, but I bet it was excellent with the eggs.

  10. It's fun seeing all the different variations of this recipe - it is giving me so many ideas. Yours looks delish!

  11. Interesting ingredients. But they sound delicious. I thought this was ok, but not over-the-top delicious, but the method is kind of interesting - and made me get out my bamboo steamer too! :)

  12. I like your variation on this. It's good to know that so many things taste good with coddled eggs.