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Duck Fillet

  • Duck Breast (Canette de Barberie) 1.2 kg


Corn Cream

  • Ear of Fresh Corn 4.0 pc
  • Chicken Bouillon 100.0 ml
  • Fresh Cream 36/38% 300.0 ml
  • Salt and Pepper


  • Yellow Beans 300.0 g
  • Borlottie Beans 200.0 g
  • Garden Peas 200.0 g
  • Pommes Soufflé 50.0 pc
  • Olive Oil 40.0 g
  • Butter 30.0 g


  • Lavender Flowers
  • Popcorn 50.0 g

Lavender is a versatile culinary herb that blends well with rich flavours, which is why when paired with a honey glaze, this dish is simply amazing.



  1. Duck Fillet

    • Incise the fat of the duck fillet like a raster.
    • Season with salt and pepper.
    • Fry the duck on it’s fat in a dry frying pan.
    • Fry until the fat gets brown and crispy.
    • Turn the fillets and fry the other side for 2 minutes.
    • Take the fillets out of the pan.
    • Allow to rest.
  2. Sauce

    • Remove most of the fat from the frying pan.
    • Fry the chopped shallots and garlic.
    • Add the honey and Knorr Demi Glace.
    • Simmer the sauce until it has the right thickness for glazing the duck.
    • Add the fresh herbs and lavender.
    • Finish the sauce with butter.
  3. Corn Cream

    • Boil the chicken bouillon together with the cream.
    • Cut the kernels from the corn and boil them in the cream/bouillon mixture.
    • Blend and sieve when the kernels are soft.
    • Reduce the cream and season with salt.
  4. Vegetables

    • Blanch the yellow beans.
    • Cook the borlottie beans until they are soft and stew them later with some chopped onion in butter.
    • Blanch the yellow beans and garden peas, stew them before serving in some olive oil.
    • Prepare the pommes soufflé.
  5. Plating

    • Add the duck fillets back in the sauce and glaze them until the sauce is nicely coated around the fillets.
    • Make sure you don’t do this for too long or the duck will get overcooked.
    • Spoon the corn cream on the plate and divide the vegetables.
    • Dress the vegetables on the corn cream.
    • Slice the duck fillet and add some extra sauce.
    • Garnish with the pommes soufflé, popcorn and lavender flowers.