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a pan of hot water (the towel holds the terrine still) and placed in the oven. After the terrine is fully cooked, the excess fat ( foie gras butter - freeze it for later!) is drained off and set aside, often to be poured back on top of the preparation to protect it as it rests refrigerated for 2. For slicing, use a knife that has been dipped in hot water to make clean, perfect slices every time. Read on to learn how foie gras terrine differs from foie gras torchon. A foie gras terrine is cooked in a terrine mold, usually a porcelain one with a tightly-fitted lid. The spoons are dipped into the hot water, so they can slice through the rich foie gras, which is usually spread in a slice of bread. Serve either terrine or torchon chilled with slices of crusty peasant-style bread, more delicate toasted brioche, cranberry walnut loaf, and any jam or fruit compote to complement the creamy, fatty flavor.
In the United States, foie gras terrine is more commonly served thinly sliced, on elegant toast points or flaky pastry shells. Thin slices can be fanned out on a platter for serving. There are very few ingredients to distract from the rich, buttery taste of pure foie gras : salt, pepper and Sauternes wine, that wonderful sweet white wine from France (or sometimes Armagnac) are all that is added. Both terrine and torchon are made from raw foie gras and little else. Both benefit from a sprinkling of coarse fleur de sel. Today, many prepared torchons are sold wrapped in a towel to make that historical connection. Terrine, the preparation, is the purest experience of foie gras, since the whole raw liver is packed into a terrine mold and cooked at low temperature in a water bath. The foie gras can be packed into the terrine mold and marinated in wine overnight. The process of making foie gras torchon takes a few days, as there is plenty of resting the liver between steps. Oth foie gras terrine and foie gras torchon are named for the vessels in which they are cooked. A foie gras terrine can be unmolded gently onto a clean cutting board.
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