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Goose Liver Foie Gras Recipes Round-Up For Christmas!

christmas goose liver foie gras recipes round up
Foie gras is regarded as a luxury gourmet dish made of duck or goose liver. As Christmas is approaching, Luxury Haven has lined up a list of Foie Gras Recipes for home cooks to dress up their festive table. Do you know that the French delicacy is so famous that it is even protected as an object of national culture in France?

hungarian golden goose liver pate foie gras recipe
fauchon foie gras rougie goose liver recipe
Well, below is a round-up of Foie Gras recipes mainly using Golden Goose Liver from Hungary, Fauchon and Rougie from France. Be sure you share and save these mouth-watering recipes for your festive feasting!

foie gras stuffed chicken merlot red wine recipe
Imagine all the goose liver tucked inside your juicy chicken breast and drenched in a mushroom red wine reduction accompanied by healthy grilled pumpkins.

golden goose liver foie gras penne emborg cream
Whet your appetite as you spoon these Golden Goose Liver Foie Gras Penne in Emborg Cream Sauce with Cheesy Sausages to fill your gourmet desire.

stuffed granoro cannelloni with fauchon foie gras recipe
Give your pasta dish a twist by stuffing goose liver into these Cannelloni, using Fauchon Foie Gras, the culinary creator for gourmet products.

christmas foie gras pork wellington recipes
Be sure to bookmark this Christmas Pork Wellington Wrapped In Foie Gras and Mushrooms for the coming festive season and cook like a pro! Recipe featured in FoodWhirl!

duo custard pan seared foie gras
Here’s a traditional French Foie Gras recipe for you to try from Chef Julien Bompard, Executive Chef & Owner of the defunct Le Saint Julien Restaurant.

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For those without deep pockets, why not try this Henaff Chicken Liver Pate with Port Wine as a substitute for Goose Liver instead if you are not willing to splurge?

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38 comments:

  1. All the dishes here look so delicious! I don't think I would have a chance to taste foie gras at all.

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    1. Why is that so, Mun? You don't like to try foie gras?

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    2. The canned ones are rather affordable actually, Mun. With the ringgit keep falling, it must be putting some stress on you guys. Nonetheless, Merry X'mas, dear! xoxo

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  2. yummy! this is a great inspiration for Christmas dinner.

    I got the package, thank you so much.

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    1. Awesome! Glad it reaches you in time for X'mas! xoxo

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  3. look so yummy and festive. Merry Christmas, Shirley

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  4. These dishes looks and sounds delicious, I love to eat Foie Gras in the Christmas :-)

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  5. Oh wow the food looks super delicious!
    xx

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  6. Thanks for introducing me to foie gras - delicacy indeed.

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  7. Que delicia amei, tenha uma semana abençoada, obrigado pela visita.
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  8. I have never ate goose before. Going to have to give it a try.

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  9. I've never tried preparing any dishes with foie gras at home. Thanks for sharing these recipes!

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  10. Everything look so appetizing but foie grass stuffed chicken is my favorite!

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  11. Wow, a lot of delicious dishes!!!
    Happy Christmas week darling!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  12. Everything looks delicious, Shirley. Happy holidays, my dear friend.
    xox
    Lenya
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  13. The presentations are pretty and I love to see product packaging from different parts of the world. Thanks for sharing, Shirley, and Merry Christmas to you! :)

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  14. very delicious recipes
    I posted a new review, I'd love to know your opinion
    happy start of week, kiss
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  15. Wow, that looks amazing! And so fancy! Thanks for sharing! <3 - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  16. I'm full of admiration over these lovable dishes, but foie gras is definitely one I don't fancy. Still, nice outcome using it, again said, for these dishes.

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  17. OMG Shirley, I am so sua ku. I have never tasted foie gras before. Let me see of I can find those canned ones over here. And I hope I won't be so kiamsiap to buy it. LOL!

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  18. I am not a big fan of liver, but the dishes looks yum.

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  19. Such lovely and delicious dishes!!!
    You really know how to display food, Shirley! :D
    xxx
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  20. Wonderful roundup of recipes!
    Happy Holidays!

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  21. ;D

    Hummm! Tudo parece ser delicioso!

    Ótima terça!

    Beijo! ^^

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  22. Fois gras is so delicious, Shirley :)))
    Great dishes, I wish you a Merry Christmas!

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  23. I don't like foie gras (I think I'm the onmly french girl who don't like it haha)
    but all look so pretty!

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  24. Can you believe that I still remember your scrumptious festive recipes from last year? You are the best!! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose FASHION & BEAUTY

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  25. wow wow wow! yes that's certainly luxury item! but suits for you as you are luxury haven! haha

    thanks for sharing on the recipe but I dont think I will ever have the chance to cook it. I dont want it to be spoiled on my hand. XD

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  26. An entire post devoted to Goose Liver; Foie Gras!!! Only you would tempt in such delight Shirley, lol...Thank you so much for sharing:)

    I managed to find you on Facebook, thank goodness. I'm delighted:) I don't do much posting but maybe I'll try to learn a bit more now that I am officialy not blogging any more.

    Shirely, seriously, it has been wonderful getting to know you, your family and your wonderful blog these past years. Ahhhh only if we could have met in person one day...perhaps:) Until then, thank you so much for introducing me to your corner of the world and teaching me about your culture. I treasure your posts and friendship. You stay well, Shirley. Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy, Safe and Healthy New Year. (always remember, it the great scheme of things, your health really is your wealth:)

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    1. Hey Louise, so glad we're now connected in FB too. Thanks so much for finding me there. It's sad to see you go, certainly don't wanna lose you after so many years.

      It's my upmost pleasure meeting you in bloggersphere, my dear. I learnt a lot through your blog too. Merry X'mas, & I wish you all the best! xoxo

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  27. so many cans of Foie Gras! Merry Christmas to you and your family!!

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