Cooked in France, in Finistère (29).
Langoustine Rillettes – 90g
Our Langoustines Rillettes are made from fresh Langoustines fished along the Brittany coast and prepared by our craftman Julien in it workshop close to the fisheries.
Its fine taste ehanced by a hint of local and organic fresh cream will seduce you on every occasion.
One jar of 130 ml that is 90 g !
– Before opening, keep it in your pantry: “Best by” 3 years.
– After opening, keep it in the refrigerator for 3 days.
The Langoustine, princess of the Atlantic ocean can be tasted almost all the year round, but mainly from april to october.
Fished and prepared during the full season, we enjoy its fine and mellow flesh throughout the yeat with our Langoustine Rillettes.
With 40% of hand-frayed langoustine associated to the haddock’s fine texture, you will find in this new recipe of our Prestige collection, all the flavors and softness of this crustacean.
Langoustine (Nephrops norvegicus, origin Northeast Atlantic) 40%, haddock (melanogramus aeglefinus, origin Northeast Atlantic), fresh cream*, salt, pepper*, setting agent : agar agar*. *From organic farming
Contains 34,74% of ingredients from organic farming
All natural !
Our Langoustine rillettes are delicious on a small toast of wholemeal bread or on one of our organic Sesame Bread Sheets.
One jar allows you to make:
10 to 20 small toasts (2 to 3 people).
They can be used in verrines or bread in association with a salad or raw vegetables for example. They also go perfectly with the Mushroom Condiment with Summer Truffle.
One jar allows you to make 3 to 4 big tartines or sandwiches (2 to 3 people).
You can for example:
– make a quiche or a cake to replace commonly used tuna,
– use them in pasta,
– make fabulous verrines
Julien is a young craftsman who works with fish without compromising on quality: local and seasonal species exclusively, and of course without dyes, preservatives or chemical additives. His workshop is located at the end of Brittany, a stone’s throw from the ocean. The ideal location for quietly concocting wonderful jars with the fruit of the local fishing.