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Le Saint Julien French Summer Terrine Recipe

le saint julien zucchini terrine
Foodies here would've heard of Chef Julien's reputation as a classic French Chef of his flagship restauarant in S'pore, Le Saint Julien. Today, I'm pleased to share with you one of the 3 recipes from the Chef himself, the French Summer Terrine.

le saint julien french summer terrine recipe
I'd the opportunity to watch a live demo during the DBS Masterclass With Chef Julien Bompard At AFC Cooking Studio. Chef Julien showed us how easy it was to make this "Provencale" Zucchini Terrine with Tomato Gazpacho.

Ingredients:
600g Zucchini
200g Baby Spinach
2 pieces Red Bell Pepper
250ml Whipping Cream
6 Eggs
Nutmeg to taste
Salt & Pepper to taste

Method:
(Preparation)
  • Cut the zucchini into medium-sized dices.
  • Cut the bell pepper into small dices.
  • Trim & clean spinach leaves.

(Pre-cooking)
  • Over induction "15", heat a non-stick pan.
  • Drizzle some olive oil & add zucchini.
  • Saute for 2 mins & then add spinach.
  • Saute spinach till soft.
le saint julien french summer terrine
(Processing)
  • Transfer the vegetables to a food processor.
  • Blend till it becomes puree with bits of chunks & transfer to mixing bowl.
  • Add the egg, one by one.
  • Pour the cream & add bell pepper.
  • Fold with spatula & season to taste.
afc studio le saint julien terrine recipe
(Baking)
  • Pour the mixture into a terrine mould.
  • Bake in oven at 170° for 30 mins.
  • Set aside after cooking & refrigerate for at least 2 hrs before serving. Bon Appetit!
afc studio zucchini terrine tomato gazpacho

Head over to ‘Le Saint Julien’ Duo Custard & Pan-seared Foie Gras Recipe to learn how to make this special dish too!
duo custard pan seared foie gras recipe

32 comments:

  1. looks really yummeh :)) hehe

    no shroom inside? XD

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    1. Edmend, aiyah..... u can always eat yourself mah!

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  2. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Shirley. I liked how he presented them wrapped with a thin zucchini slice to accentuate the star vegetable of the dish, too! Nice.

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    1. Kim, the presentation is certainly lovely :)

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    1. Edith, indeed I was one of the luck ones :)

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  4. I have not tried this kind of dish before, it sure looks good!

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    1. Jeannie, be sure to check out the announcement of the Vitacost Giveaway!

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  5. Awesome and thanks for also sharing the recipe. Will try out and let you know how fabulous the taste was.

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  6. wa interesting. Have nvr tried this before

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    1. FoodFC, my first time trying a vegetarian terrine :)

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  7. Its easy and looks really yummy to me.

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    1. Balvinder, everything seems easy under Chef's hands....

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  8. Oh, this is one delicious terrine! Beautiful presentation, too! You have such fun :)

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    1. Liz, I adore the presentation! Thks, my dear!

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  9. I've only had French fanfare a couple of times and this looks absolutely delicious :) Oh...and I am pretty sure you probably have more iconic jewelry than me ;)

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    1. Bessie, u kidding me? I love both French & Italian cuisines! Heehee! Those accessories of yours are making me so jealous. Lol!

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  10. The dish looks beautiful. But I doubt I will be able to make it. I hopeless in the kitchen.

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    1. Smitten ByFood, u're too humble! With the correct guidance, I'm sure u can cook as well :)

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  11. looks delicious!!! and I love the updated blog theme - boy, you HAVE been busy!!! So glad to be back and see your wonderful posts =)) Have a great day!!!

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    1. Tess, Chef Julien did a wonderful job with this starter. I'm delighted that u're in favour of my new template, dear. Thks & glad to see u back in action!

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  12. What an easy way to make non vegetarians eat their greens - drown them in cream! ;-)

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  13. Yet another lovely recipe to try out. THANX for sharing girl!

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  14. Thia dish looks interesting. It's a good way to eat all the different vegetables. :)

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  15. YAY!! A Vegetarian recipe. Something I can say will cook at home. Looks fairly easy and simple ingredients.
    Love Ash.

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    1. Ash, finally u've found something that suits your palate. Hahaha! Have fun, dear!

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