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Twin-Egg Henaff French Pate Recipe

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It's party time! I love making food for parties as it challenges my wacky ideas. Another batch of my students had just graduated & I would usually make something nice to treat them.

twin egg unagi henaff french pate party recipe
I had prepared twenty of these Twin-Egg Henaff French Pates for their big day, using Henaff Chicken Liver Pate with Port Wine as it's more economical. Hénaff is a century-old pate producer, & their pates are dear to many French gourmands & complimented for their quality & taste. So if you can't afford foie gras, this is a great alternative!

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I was never an Unagi fan, a popular Japanese Grilled Eel. Never have I thought that Unagi could go hand-in-hand with Foie Gras, until my recent DBS Indulge Underground Supper Club At Mikuni, Fairmont.

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At the supper event, hubby & I were introduced to Chef Moon's BBQ Eel & Foie Gras. That night, I actually finished my eel! I was thrilled with the combination & couldn't wait to DIY. Then came my graduation party; a perfect timing for me to re-create this appetizer, & it was a SUCCESS!

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I spent the entire day mixing my own concoction with the support of my hubby, who kept giving me feedback until I hit the nail. He loved it & my students were really happy!

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Ingredients (20 pax):
2 Teriyaki Unagi (250g)
3 cans Henaff Chicken Liver Pate with Port Wine
2 sprigs of Spring Onion

Century Eggs:
8 Eggs
(A)
3 tbsp Mirin, Japanese sweet sake
3 tbsp Goma Shabu sauce
1 tbsp Sesame oil

Tomatoes:
2 large Tomatoes
(B)
2 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
2 tsp Extra-virgin Olive Oil
1 tbsp Parsley flakes

Egg Mayo:
10 hard-boiled Eggs
(C)
½ cup Mayonnaise
½ tsp Black Pepper
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Method:
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  1. Remove shells from century eggs & rinse well. Separate yolk from "whites" & dice "whites".
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  3. Mash yolk & mix with seasoning (A).
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  5. Wash & cut tomatoes into cubes. Marinate tomatoes with (B) for at least 30 mins.
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  7. Mash hard-boiled eggs & mix with (C).
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  9. Mix marinated tomatoes with egg mayo.
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  11. Heat unagi according to package instruction. Dice & set aside.
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  13. Start laying party cups with 1st layer of egg mayo mixture.
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  15. Throw in unagi. Do not put in too much as it may be too sweet due to the teriyaki sauce.
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  17. Add another layer of egg mayo, then top with century egg "whites".
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  19. Clean & chopped up spring onion. Sprinkle onto party cups, & top with pate & century egg yolk to get your pretty Twin-Egg Henaff French Pate! Serve chilled. Bon Appetite!
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So which plating do you prefer?

Below are few other treats that I'd made for my previous batches of students. Click on the links for the recipes! Have fun!

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42 comments:

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    1. Silverkis, thks dear & have a wonderful week ahead!

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  2. That looks gorgeous! Lunch delivery please!

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  3. Looks yummy yummy... Just love it....

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  4. What a beauty of a recipe :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  5. Yo, admired your courage! Just looking at the amount of ingredients, i already fainted. Yet you have the courage to try it out and luckily it is a success. :)

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    1. DS, hahaha! U're always so supportive of my cooking. Gonna try this too??

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  6. Wow this looks fantastic! You're a really great cook :)

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    1. Rachel, thks for your kind note! U can also try making this easy appetizer.

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  7. Hi Shirley,

    Students? What are you teaching?

    So colourful, so appetising! Lucky students!

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    1. FoodieFC, I don't teach culinary nor social etiquette like most have guessed. Hahaha! Glad u like it too :)

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    2. haha. That was what i was thinking! I thought u started your own 'If Shirley can cook so can you' classes.

      well.. mainly because of the numerous food posts u had (which of cos made me keep coming back!)

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    3. FoodieFC, hahaha! I like your wit! Thks for all your support, that's the best part of motivation :) Love having u around!

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  8. so beautifully decorated! you have talents in cooking besides modelling :)

    Latest: Best of Coffee and Bruschetta

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  9. Everything looks so gorgeous and you sure have the touch to put ingredients together. Must have been appreciated and admired by the rest.

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    1. Nava, it was tiring as it took the entire day. Nevertheless, it was well-worth the effort!

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  10. party season will start soon and this is a wonderful recipe. I like how you served it in individual party cups but the other one also looks beautiful with red flowers. Did you make those?

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    1. Balvinder, this is perfect for the coming X'mas! Thks for your lovely note, dear! Those flowers are from the bakery shop & they made pretty decors, don't they?

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  11. GORGEOUS!!!! looks and sounds amazing =))

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    1. Tess, I'm so happy that this has attracted your attention too. Thks, sweetie!

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  12. You can sure make beautiful dishes!!!! I love it when you go wacky if these are the results. I haven't been a huge fan of the eel I've sampled, but I have a feeling I'd like your layered pate...what a wonderful treat!

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    1. Liz, heehee! U're so sweet. Yipee, delighted to have tempted u with the eel too. Lol!

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  13. WOW Shirley, this looks too good to eat! Another amazing dish :)

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  14. Hi Shirley, your recipes are really too good, i saw your cheese cake and now my hands are desperate to try those yummy cakes, Only problem is that i am PURE VEGETARIAN, I even do not take eggs.
    Glad to follow you.

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    1. Pari, u're too kind with your words! I must admit that my Bailey's Cheesecake was a temptress. I'm amazed how popular it is. Hahaha! No eggs?? That's a strict vegetarian. Thks for following, dear!

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  15. wow! can I have some please? :P

    ahahaha I can become white mice thou hahah

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  16. Gorgeous recipe and work there Shirley! AMazing as usual:D

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    1. missyblurkit, thks so much for your wonderful comments & support!

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  17. Shirley a Teacher like you can surely make the learning more fun. Loved the idea of treating your students with home made gifts. Nothing screams love more than a homemade gift.
    Love Ash.

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    1. Ash, thks so much for sharing your thoughts! Giving is joy :)

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  18. denise @ singapore shiokOctober 18, 2012 at 9:20 AM

    Wow shirley, your new blog design looks wonderful and it loads much faster than the previous one too. How lucky your students are, to have such a big hearted teacher :-)

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    1. Denise, thks so much for the kind note! It's been quite a while since u last visited; must be so busy. Great to have u back!

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