Nasturtium leaves in chive oil

Cutting the leaves with a small cookie cutter makes them uniform in size and compressing them in a vacuum bag makes them translucent. 

Recipe for 160 grams.

Nasturtium leaves in chive oil

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grapeseed oil




Preparation method

  • Cut the chives in 1cm pieces.
  • Add the chives and grapeseed oil to the Thermomix and blend 10 seconds on full speed.
  • Continue blending for another 5 minutes at 80°C on speed 6.
  • Pass through a coffee filter or muslin cloth.
  • Cut the nasturtium leaves using the smallest cookie cutter and trim the stems.
  • Place the nasturtium leaves on a piece of parchment paper, that fits in a vacuum bag, and dress with chive oil.
  • Cover with another piece of parchment paper and vacuum on full in a vacuum bag.
  • Store in the refrigerator and use within a day.

Serving suggestions

  • Use in a composition with lobster, rhubarb and dill flowers.
  • Serve with lam, ramson and black garlic.
  • Use different oil such as tarragon oil or lobster oil.

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