Food

Cooking with Wolfgang Weigler

4. September 2015

Few weeks ago I was invited by Wolfgang Weigler  for a little cooking session to create a summer menu. While we cooked I not only had the opportunity to have a look behind the scenes at a professional kitchen but also saw some tricks from a pro. Cooking with Wolfgang WeiglerCooking with Wolfgang Weigler The first of the three courses was a mixed starter with giant saltwater atlantic shrimps, tuna and grilled califlower, spring onions and bell peppers. Everything was served on very delicate mashed califlower. Cooking with Wolfgang WeiglerCooking with Wolfgang WeiglerIn between the courses we tried a new interpretation of my beloved gin tonic. The regular gin tonic got an upgrade from a cucumber sorbet. Sooo good! Definitely something I’ll be serving to my friends at one of our next parties. Cooking with Wolfgang WeiglerCooking with Wolfgang WeiglerAs for the main course we cooked a really fine beef filet, which was cooked first sousvide and then had a lovely butter bath to get the crust. The result was some seriously gorgeous tender meat. Served with potatoes which were cooked in butter, but were tender and not greasy at all. To acompany the filet was served on tomatoe jam and some sauteed mushrooms. So incredibly delicious. Sousvide will be a method that I will be trying anytime soon. While you can get the meat vacuumed at your favorite butcher and then cook it in the steamer at 75°C.Cooking with Wolfgang WeiglerAs for dessert we had the legendary Kaiserschmarrn which after having it at one of food markets I couldn’t await to see how Wolfgang makes it.

Thank you so much Wolfgang Weigler for the invitation!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Lidja Friday September 4th, 2015 at 10:35 AM

    Tolle Fotos! Das war mit Sicherheit eine Gaumenfreude de luxe !!! 🙂

  • Reply Caterina Friday September 4th, 2015 at 07:13 PM

    Tolle Bilder und ein tolles Menü. Sieht alles super aus. Vor allem das Rimderfilet. Würde am liebsten sofort reinbeißen ?

    LG Caterina

    http://www.caterinasblog.com

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