Last week our friend Stéphane Poussardin was in our demo space, We Love Cooking, preparing some delicious recipes with De Buyer's Mineral B cast iron pans . Today I want to bring you one of the ones that I liked the most because of how easy and original it is. I hope you like it :)

Ingredients for 4 people:

2 sausages

4 eggs

200 gr of pumpkin cut into medium cubes

400 gr of mixed seasonal mushrooms and mushrooms

2 garlic cloves

1 sprig of fresh thyme

40 gr of quince cut into small cubes

4 tsp truffle oil

smooth oil

Salt and pepper


To prepare the poached egg, take a bowl, cut a piece of transparent film paper that is larger than the bowl and cover the surface of the bowl. With the help of a brush, oil the plastic wrap, pour in the egg, season and join the ends of the film to form a bag, squeeze and tie it. We reserve it.

Remove the skin from the sausages and cut them into small pieces. We wash the mushrooms with a damp cloth to remove the dirt. We chop the big ones with our hands. Peel and slice the garlic.

Dish assembly:

Cook the egg inside the film in boiling water for about 4 or 5 minutes. We take them out of the water and carefully remove the plastic wrap.

Brown the sliced ​​garlic and the diced pumpkin with a little oil in the pan, add the sausage and fresh thyme, sauté for a minute and add the mushrooms. Once the mushrooms are done, season with salt and pepper and serve the sauté with the poached egg, the quince cubes sprinkled with a tablespoon of truffle oil.


sara said: miren yo hice un intento de huevl poché tambien y este fue el resultado, la verdad esgu que salio riquisimo, la union del huevo y guarnicion asi… Es un acierto seuro

( ai por cierto, si quieren votar se puede hacer, solo hay que pinchar encima de los cinco gorritos de cocinero ;) )

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