Pâté Croûte Franc Comtois Morels and Black Mushrooms Loste Vac-Pack 2,5kg

Item No.ICH0WW0000348
Franc-Comtois pâté en croute with morels and black mushrooms. Jelly made from homemade poultry broth. It’s layered in a crispy dough thanks to the butter and lard. This lavish dish should always be served cold. For a buffet, slice the pâté and display on a serving plate. You can also serve the whole
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Franc-Comtois pâté en croute with morels and black mushrooms. Jelly made from homemade poultry broth. It’s layered in a crispy dough thanks to the butter and lard. This lavish dish should always be served cold.
For a buffet, slice the pâté and display on a serving plate. You can also serve the whole pâté on a serving platter, enjoyed as a starter with a side of green salad.

Who is Maison Loste?
Combining tradition and modernity, Maison Loste has been helping you entertain with 150 years of know-how. Choosing the best cuts and painstakingly replicating the techniques passed from father to son – that’s Loste savoir-faire.

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Pâté Croûte Franc Comtois Morels and Black Mushrooms Loste Vac-Pack 2,5kg

Item No.ICH0WW0000348
Franc-Comtois pâté en croute with morels and black mushrooms. Jelly made from homemade poultry broth. It’s layered in a crispy dough thanks to the butter and lard. This lavish dish should always be served cold. For a buffet, slice the pâté and display on a serving plate. You can also serve the whole
Low stock

Description

Franc-Comtois pâté en croute with morels and black mushrooms. Jelly made from homemade poultry broth. It’s layered in a crispy dough thanks to the butter and lard. This lavish dish should always be served cold.
For a buffet, slice the pâté and display on a serving plate. You can also serve the whole pâté on a serving platter, enjoyed as a starter with a side of green salad.

Who is Maison Loste?
Combining tradition and modernity, Maison Loste has been helping you entertain with 150 years of know-how. Choosing the best cuts and painstakingly replicating the techniques passed from father to son – that’s Loste savoir-faire.

Reviews (0)

There are no reviews yet.