Running out of ideas on what to cook at home during the MCO? In a continuing bid to support local (because #BUROSupportsLocal), we’ll be sharing delicious recipes by Malaysian hotels. Can’t go out to eat? Have a taste of it at home, made by you.
Corn Tortellini, Basil Sauce, Torched Corn and Cherry Tomatoes by The Brasserie, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur
A recipe by Exec. Chef Clement Torrente
For the corn purée
- 2kg fresh corn
- 50g sliced shallots
- 2g Thai chilli
- 20g thyme
- 35g salt
- 1L water
- Soak the fresh corn, chilli, shallots and salt in a round pot and cook until dry
- Mix everything in a food processor until smooth and season to taste
- Place a cling film to cover and set aside in the fridge.
For the rich dough
- 150g flour type 00
- 150g semolina flour
- 2 eggs
- 4 egg yolks
- Mix all the ingredients to get homogeneous dough. The kneaded dough shouldn’t feel too dry or too hard, but rather soft and it should leave a humid sensation in your hands
- Make your dough the night before and store in the fridge. After resting, knead the dough for at least 10 minutes
- Pass the dough through a pasta machine and use semolina flour for dusting before leaving to dry
For the Beurre Monté
- 0.3L water
- 80g butter
- 4g salt
1. Heat the water with the salt then turn into butter using the BAMIX and set aside on to keep for the service.
For the Basil Purée
- 300g basil
- 360g olive oil
- Blanch the fresh basil in boiling salt water for 2 minutes. Cool down in an ice bath
- Gently press the basil to remove excess water and blend in a food processor with olive oil until very smooth
- Strain into a fine strainer to separate the oil and the purée.
- Keep the purée in sous-vide and cover with foil.
For the Tomato Salad and Corn
- 100g cherry tomatoes
- 50g shallot
- 100g corn
- 2g salt
- 2g olive oil
- Steam the corn until cooked and cool down in an ice bath and slice without separating the corn
- Cut the cherry tomatoes in half and thinly slice the shallots
- Lightly torch the corn and season with oil and salt to taste. Season the tomatoes and the shallots with oil and salt.
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