Ingredients for 4 persons

  • 1 lobe of foie gras
  • 2 mangoes (not too ripe, they will have more hold and give the tangy flavor)
  • 12.5 cl mellow mead
  • good bread
  • some grains of sea salt

Preparation

  • Storing the lobe of foie gras Cut into 8 cutlets (1.5 cm minimum thickness)
  • Peel the mangoes, reserving half of  one
  • Cut in length into slices of 1/2 cm thick
  • Cut the remaining half mango into very thin slices (12 or 16 slices)
  • Arrange these slices in fan of 3 or 4 and reserve them for the decoration of the dish.
  • Flour 4 scallops (for more crunchiness, it is possible to use crumbs or ground cornflakes)
  • In a hot skillet, brown 30 seconds on each side the unfloured cutlets.
  • Reserve them, throw away most of the fat.
  • Cook the thick slices of mango (5 to 6 minutes on each side, they should brown, but do not overcook, otherwise you will not "stand").
  • During the cooking start to prepare the 4 plates with some sprigs of salad, and reserved mango slices, some pink berries can add a nice touch of color.
  • When the mangoes are cooked arrange them on the plates, during this time put to heat 2 stoves.
  • In 1 skillet, cook the floured liver cutlet, 1 minute maximum on each side.
  • Half cooking iron in the other pan the first escalopes already browned, 30 sec each side.
  • At the end of cooking put them on an absorbent paper to retain the fat.
  • Deglaze with the mead the pan that was used to cook the liver without flour, while you have in each plate 1 cutlet of each liver.
  • Decorate the plates with the sauce from deglazing the pan and present the rest in a gravy boat.

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