Serves 10 as part of a larger menu
1,5 kg Silverside of Lamb
2 Garlic cloves
4 Sprigs of Thyme
4 tbsp Olive oil
2 tbsp Zaatar
Fry the lamb, browning the whole piece well. Season the lamb with the zaatar and place it in a vacuum bag with the remaining ingredients. Bake the lamb sous vide at 60°C for approximately 1-1½ hour. Let the lamb rest at room temperature for at least 30 minutes.
500 g Almond potatoes
50 g Butter
50 g Plain flour
100 ml Double cream
150 ml Milk
2 Egg yolks
90 g Svedjan hard cheese
10 g Ramsons
10 g Parsley
120 g Plain flour
75 g Panko
Boil the potatoes. Melt the butter in a saucepan and add the flour and whisk. Add the milk and cream a little at the time and whisk to a smooth batter. Pass the potatoes through a sieve and fold them into the batter. Add the egg yolks, the grated cheese and the herbs. Season with salt and pepper and chill the batter. Roll into little balls and bread in flour, whisked egg and finally in panko. Place the croquettes cold and deep fry just prior to serving.
Salt baked/grilled yellow beets
10 Yelllow beets
500 g Water
550 g Plain flour
250 g Salt
90 g Cooking oil
Rinse all dirt off the beets. Cover the beets with the salt dough and bake at 160°C for approximately 2 hours. Remove the dough and grill the beets gently with cooking oil so you achieve a smokey flavour. Peel the beets and cut according to instruction.
500 g Roasted Lamb stock
1 Brown onion
6 Thyme and Rosemary sprigs
300 g White wine
100 g Red wine
100 g Fermented plum purée
8 Garlic cloves
Peel and chop carrots and onion. Brown them in a saucepan. Deglace the pan with white wine and add the lamb stock. Reduce the sauce by half. Cover the garlic cloves in cooking oil a saucepan and roast them. Mix to a purée. Season the sauce with roast garlic purée, fermented plum purée and red wine.
20 g Ramsons
20 g Spinach
300 g Cooking oil
2 Egg yolks
1 tbsp Dijon
1 tbsp Champagne vinegar
Mix ramsons, spinach and cooking oil on high effect in a blender. Pour through a fine sieve. Mix egg yolks, dijon and champagne vinegar. Add the oil in a think stream whilst constantly mixing. Season with salt.
10 Rapeseed sprouts
1 Garlic cloves
2 tbsp Lemon juice
2 tbsp Cooking oil
2 tbsp Japanese light soy sauce (Kikkoman if available)
Make a vinaigrette with the garlic, lemon juice, cooking oil and soy sauce. Set aside for later. Just before it’s time to serve the dish, fry the rapeseed sprouts in a hot pan with a little oil. When they start to colour, toss them in the vinaigrette.
3 Yellow beets
100 g Pickling liquid
10 g Wood sorrel
Spiralise the yellow beets and place in ice water. Strain off the water and let the beets dry. Toss in the pickling liquid just before serving.
Cook the meat sous-vide with garlic, rosemary and olive oil for 40 minutes at 58°C. Take the meat out of the bag and season with salt and pepper. Grill the meat on all sides before serving and slice it against the fibers. If you don’t have access to a sous vide machine you can start by grilling the meat and then cook it slowly in the oven at 110°C until it reaches 58°C in the core.
Lamb brisket and lamb jus
Trim the brisket and fry it in a pan. Peel and chop the vegetables and fry them gently in a pressure cooker. Add the wine and the stock, the brisket and one of the rosemary stalks. Put on the lid and cook under pressure for 45 minutes or until the meat is tender. Lift out the meat and allow it to cool, then cut it into smaller pieces. Strain the sauce and reduce until it thickens slightly. Season with salt and sherry vinegar. Leave a stalk of rosemary to infuse in the sauce.
Rub the carrots with olive oil and salt. Bake them for 45 minutes in an oven at 180°C.
Let the carrots cool down and cut them into smaller pieces. Heat the honey with vinegar and thyme. Glaze the carrots in a frying pan with the honey mixture and add the brisket.
Wild garlic butter
Chop the herbs and the garlic. Mix in a blender with the oil. Incorporate the butter and season with salt. Spread the mixture onto a silicone sheet and freeze it. Break the butter into pieces before serving.
Garlic-fried rapeseed shoots
Pluck the rapeseed shoots and rinse them. Chop the garlic. Fry the rapeseed shoots in olive oil. Add the garlic and season with soy sauce and lemon juice.
Slice the zucchini thinly using a mandolin. Season with lemon, olive oil and salt just before serving. Crumble the cheese for garnish.
Brown the meat in a pan. Peel and dice the vegetables. Fry them in olive oil. Place the meat and vegetables in a pressure cooker. Add the beer and the stock and close the lid. Cook for 20 mins on heat level 7, then 40 mins on heat level 4. Release the steam and strain the broth into a saucepan. Take the meat off the bones. If you don’t have access to a pressure cooker you can cook the lamb shanks in the oven instead.
Trim the meat, rub it with zaatar and seal in a vacuum bag with the other ingredients. Cook in a steam oven or water bath at for 1 h at 67°C. Let the meat rest. Before serving, season the meat with salt, then grill it and slice it. If you don’t have access to a vacuum sealer you can start by grilling the meat and then cook it in the oven at 110°C until it reaches 67°C in the core.
Reduce the broth until it starts to thicken. Incorporate the butter. Peel the artichoke and dice it finely. Cut the gooseberries lengthwise. Cut the cress. Add everything to the sauce and season with salt and vinegar.
Bake the first part amount of Jerusalem artichoke for 45 at 190°C with salt and olive oil. Let them cool, split them lengthwise and deep fry.
Wash the remaining artichokes and dice them finely. Fry them in olive oil, add the cream and let it caramelize. Mix in a blender until smooth. Season with salt and lemon and pass through a sieve.
Heat a pan and toast the quinoa. Mix it with the sesame seed. Peel the carrots and fry them on low temperature in butter and oil. Add the honey and the leaves from the thyme. Toss the carrots in the honey, roll them in the quinoa mixture and place them on a tray.
Pluck the cress and place the leaves in cold water. Slice the Jerusalem artichoke thinly and rinse the slices. Dry with paper and fry until crispy. Season with salt.
Trim the meat and cut into smaller pieces. Mix all the dry spices together with the crushed garlic and put in a vacuum bag together with the lamb and seal. Cook the lamb in a circulator at 57°C for 45 minutes. Prior to serving: Grill the lamb and season with salt and pepper
Melt the butter and mix with herbs in a blender. Reduce the cream and allow to cool, mix the cream with the egg yolks and carefully pour the butter into the egg mixture whilst mixing, season with salt, lemon and champagne vinegar. Pour the mixture into a siphon, load with 2 cartridges and keep warm in a 55°C oven until serving.
Cut the tomatoes in half and grate them onto a tray; season with salt, pepper and sugar. Pour tomatoes into a sieve and let the liquid drain off (saving the liquid for the beans). Chop the almonds coarsely.
Cook the beans in water with the onion until you achieve a good texture (soft, but al dente). Cut the lemons in half and grill them hard, then squeeze the juice out of them and mix with the tomato water and olive oil.
When serving; heat the tomato water with the bay leaf, mix in the butter, season with salt and pepper, finally adding the beans.
Tear the bread into smaller pieces and fry well in oil and salt. Cut the feta cheese into smaller pieces. Put the gem lettuce in a vacuum bag with habañero oil and seal.
Prior to serving: Take the lettuce out of the bag and season with salt, pepper and sherry vinegar. Char the spring onions with a gas burner.
Mix the lamb mince with salt and lardo. Chop the garlic and pan fry for about 4 minutes in a little bit of cooking oil and all the spices. Add the wine and simmer for 1 minute. Allow to cool. MIx the wine and minced meat into an even batter. Place the batter in a piping bag and pipe into sausage casings. Tie them to make a sufficient number of sausages for your party. Prick the skins with a toothpick (to avoid the sausage bursting) and cook in a steam oven at 100°C for 5 minutes, or in a regular oven for 15 minutes. Allow to cool. Pan fry sausages just prior to serving to get the heat back up and to get a nice golden hue to the skins.
Place egg yolks, vinegar and mustard in a bowl. Add oil very carefully, just a few drops at the time, then in a thin stream whilst whisking vigourously. Continue whisking until the mayonnaise has achieved a thick consistency. Season with salt and pepper.
Blacken the pepper with a blowtorch and place in a well sealed bag for 5 minues. Remove the pepper from the bag and pull the skin off, dice into 5×5 mm pieces. Now dice the cucumber into 5×5 mm cubes. Place the mustard seeds in the pickling liquid and cook for 7 min, place cucumber and peppers in the liquid (with the mustard seeds). Just before serving, strain the liquid and add the danish cress. Season with salt and pepper.
Peel and slice shallots thinly into rings (on a mandolin if you have one). Separate the onion layers and turn over in the flour. Shake off superfluous flour and deep fry in oil (130°C) until golden and crispy. Season with salt and drain on kitchen roll. Chop the white onion finely and mix with the champagne vinegar – set aside until it’s time to serve.
Mix the spices in a spice mixer to a fine powder. Boil sugar and water to a golden caramel, remove from the heat and mix the spices in gently. Pour onto a silicone mat (or baking tray with baking paper) and spread out thinly, allow to cool. Chop finely and set aside until time to serve. Pick the water cress and place in ice cold water.
Put the sausage buns in a container with a tight lid. Add some oil and smoke with smoker, allow the bread to absorb the smoke. Heat the buns in the oven at 180°C for 2 mins before serving.
Place sausages in buns, garnish with the pickled cucumber/pepper, malt mayo and onions. Sprinkle with a little bit of spiced sugar and tuck in!