Since I leaned it wasn’t that difficult to cook foe gras, I came to buy the frozen pieces online and stock them in the freezer to enjoy on special occasions. Yesterday morning, I woke up to find the freezer door left ajar! So I decided to save a defrozen piece of foe gras!!
There are two representative Japanese-french fusion dishes using foe gras. One is “foe gras daikon (foe gras with boiled daikon raddish)” and the other is “foe gras don (foe gras rice bowl)” that I cooked this time.
- Cook japonica rice.
- Prepare sauce. Cook balsamic vinegar, maple syrup and soy sauce (1 tsp each) in a small pan until thickened.
- Coat with a piece of foe gras flour and cook it in a very hot flying pan.
- Dish up rice, foe gras, green onion and sauce.
If you cook it at home, it’s less expensive than McDonalds Big Mac Meal 😉