Brandade de Nîmes- Thermomix version

>For fans of the Thermomix, here is the recipe with instructions relevant to the TM31

Ingredients list:
salted cod 2 cuts or 500g
Olive oil 350ml
Milk 150ml
Bay leaves, sprig of rosemary and thyme

Two days before, rinse the cod and put it in a bowl with fresh water. Leave in the fridge and change the water twice if possible.

On the day, fill the thermomix bowl up to 1.5 l with water, add the herbs. Insert the steaming basket with the cod inside it and boil for 8 minutes at 90℃. When cooked, drain the water and flake off the cooled flesh, discarding carefully all bones and skin. Put the flesh back into the rinsed bowl with half the milk and pepper. Blitz for 2 min at speed 5. Then proceed as for a mayonnaise by slowly adding half the oil while whisking at speed 5 for as long as it takes to use up all the oil: the cod mixture will become quite smooth and thick. When you have your Mayo consistency, select 60℃ in the temperature buttons and churn at speed 1. Slowly add the rest of the milk and the rest of the oil and cook for about 15minutes, checking the consistency. Stop only when it tastes and looks right! It should look like a smooth purée or dip.

In Nîmes, we serve it warm with toast and a green salad or try grilling it topped with grated cheese! This is obviously a family favourite but I’ve never found a better recipe before: this one is as straightforward as it is delicious.


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