Salade Landaise

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Salad of the Basques!

5/5 So , so healthy! Gorgeous. Jerry, aka Chef (talk)

Salade Landaise
Salade Landaise
Servings:Serves 2
Calories per serving:584
Ready in:3 minutes
Prep. time:1 minute
Cook time:2 minutes
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:11th July 2015

As a surfer and windsurfer in the 90's, our holiday destinations for more than 15 years were the glorious surf beaches between Bordeaux and Biarritz, the best surfing in Europe. This Basque area of SouthWestern France is the origin of Salade Landaise. Fresh produce is abundant and easy to obtain, every town has weekly, even daily markets selling fresh produce from local farms. The many versions of Salade Landaise we had were never the same, but always a fabulous selection of the best produce available at that time in the season.

In my attempt to reproduce this recipe, I've picked a selection of what was available in our local supermarket, and what we had growing at home. It's probably not authentic, but not unlike many we've had over the years.

I've listed some of the key ingredients you're likely to find in an authentic Salade Landaise, but never all at the same time!

Ingredients

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  • 1 cold cooked duck breast - this was cooked sous-vide, but any cooking method would be fine
  • 70g [2.5oz] selection of thinly sliced cold meats, smoked ham, bacon, Bayonne ham etc.
  • A small head of Romaine lettuce or Cos lettuce. I've used a selection of home-grown salad leaves
  • A red sweet pepper, deseeded and sliced.
  • A few fresh asparagus spears, or preserved white asparagus
  • 2 hard boiled eggs
  • 10 fresh grapes
  • A few crushed walnuts
  • A handful of pine nuts

dressing

croutons

Method

  1. Arrange the salad leaves on each plate
  2. Leaving the nuts and the croutons aside for a moment and scatter the remaining ingredients over the salad leaves
  3. Drizzle the salad dressing over the salad
  4. Dress with the pine nuts, walnuts and the croutons.

dressing

  1. Using twice the olive oil to lemon juice, whisk together and season to taste with salt and pepper

croutons

  1. Cube the bread, drizzle with olive oil, herbs and seasoning
  2. Bake at the top of an oven at 190° C (375° F - gas 5) for 10 minutes
  3. Allow to cool

Recipe source

  • 15 years of holiday memories!

Variations

Other common ingredients found in Salade Landaise


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