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Ambassade du Terroir’s Whole French Duck Foie Gras Traditional Recipe is a culinary masterpiece that will add a touch of nobility to any dining experience. Made with only the finest ingredients from the Périgord region of France, this foie gras is crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail.
Our recipe, passed down through generations, is carefully prepared using only Mulard and Barbary ducks, which are raised with free access to large grassy areas. This ensures that our foie gras is of the highest quality.
Seasoned with just the right amount of salt and pepper, this foie gras boasts a subtle and complex taste, with a harmonious and supple texture that is truly unparalleled. With its heterogeneity and magnificent flavor, this whole foie gras is sure to delight your guests and make any meal special. So, don’t hesitate to add it to your menu and make your dinner parties truly memorable.
Foie gras is best consumed on its own with a variety of accoutrement, should you desire this. Combining foie gras in other dishes can see the softness and subtleness of the foie gras completely overwhelmed. While many people and restaurants see wisdom in including foie gras in burgers and sandwiches, among other dishes, foie gras is simply best enjoyed on its lonesome.
Foie gras can be sliced straight from the jar and placed gently on bread, be it toasted or untoasted. Make sure the bread is fresh, as we wish to pay respect to the hard work put into creating this delicious meat. People enjoy placing jams and conserves on the foie gras, which helps cut through the richness of the meat and provides a little extra balance. Our take is to take some fresh whole grain bread with a nice crust, slice a little foie gras and lay it on top just so. Have a little fresh mint hand and simply place the leaf on top. Then, pour yourself a glass of Josmeyer Pinot Blanc Mise Du Printemps and allow the notes of pear, apple, and peach to provide excellent balance and contrast to a simple, yet decadent meal.
When it comes to wine pairings for this foie gras, there are several options that would make a great match. Here are a few suggestions:
Sweet wine: Foie gras has a rich, buttery flavor, and it pairs well with a sweet wine that can balance out the richness of the dish. A Sauternes or a Riesling with a touch of sweetness would be a good choice.
Sparkling wine: Foie gras is often served as a starter or an appetizer, and a sparkling wine can add a touch of elegance and refresh the palate. Champagne, cava, or prosecco would all be good options.
Fortified wine: Foie gras is a rich, indulgent dish, and it can be paired with a fortified wine that has a similar intensity. A port or a Madeira would make a great match.
L’Ambassade du Terroir is the export brand of the Maison Valette, a provider of products that are protected by PGI (IGP in French) which stands for Protected Geographical Indication. This is to ensure that the foie gras products do indeed originate from such areas, including Périgord and South-West of France - two of the most famous places for foie gras in France.
Store in the refrigerator. Bring to ambient temperature 20 mins before serving.