Fork-crushed potato, carpaccio chestnut mushroom with Motti cress, and celery sauce.

Frank Fol mushroom recipe

This is a recipe from celebrity chef, Chef Frank Fol. And it’s easy to prepare at home!

It's a wonderful dish for an evening with friends and family, or if you simply want to have a light dinner. 

The base is crushed potato with sauce and celery pieces, drizzled with olive oil. 

On top are mushroom cut into paper-thin slices and seasoned with black pepper and salt. 

And to finish, garnish with Motti cress and celery sauce.  

The chef recommends pairing it with a glass of red wine, or Gamay Valke Vleug wine from Scheldeland, Belgium.

This recipe serves 4.

Preparation time: 20 minutes

Techniques: yarn, sauce, raw

Plate: Wild Moon large flat ceramics

Recipe ingredients:

800 gr waxy potatoes

400 gr green celery

2 garlic cloves

4 to 6 chestnut mushroom (Known as Cremini mushrooms in North America)

Motti Cress - Koppert Cress

El Flamenco olive oil

Black pepper

Coarse sea salt

Method of preparation:

For the crushed potato:

- Peel the potato. Cook in water with salt and pressed garlic.

- Drain, crush with a fork and keep warm under lid.

For the celery sauce:

- Cut celery (about half with leafy green) into pieces and wash well so that all the sand is removed.

- Cook celery in water with coarse sea salt until done. Then scoop out the cooking liquid and cool under running water. (in this way it retains its beautiful green color)

- Keep cooking liquid

- Mix it together with the cooking juices and olive oil, black pepper into a running sauce.

For the celery pieces:

- Cut celery (other half) into fine pieces and wash well so that all the sand is removed.

- Cook the celery in the boiling water until tender. Then scoop the celery out of the cooking juices under running water. (in this way it retains its beautiful green color)

For the carpaccio:

- Cut chestnut mushroom into fine slices.

Presentation:

Divide the lukewarm potato over the plates. 

Divide the crispy celery over the potato and drizzle everything with olive oil.

Spread the slices of mushroom on top and season with black pepper and sea salt.

Spoon some sauce over the plates and finish with the cress. 

Enjoy! 

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