Carabineros prawns

Recipe for 4 people

Main course Shellfish Shrimp


För 4 portioner


8 Carabineros prawn

Foie gras mousse

160 g goose liver

3 g gelatin sheets

30 g poultry stock

25 g Debic Cream 35%

Tom kha kai

300 g coconut milk

150 g Debic Culinaire Original

400 g poultry stock

5 lemongrass stalks

quarter red chili pepper

2 g galangal root

5 lime leaves

1 pinch of terasi (shrimp paste)

20 g palm sugar

30 g organic vinegar

150 g Dutch mushrooms

fish sauce

4 g kappa carrageenan


8 prawn heads

100 g celery, finely chopped

100 g shallots, finely chopped

2 tbsp tomato puree

750 ml poultry stock

sushi vinegar

2 egg yolks

grape-seed oil

Marinated Pholiota mushrooms

1 bunch of Pholiota mushrooms

20 g very finely chopped fresh ginger (without the peel)

20 g very finely chopped shallots

100 g soy sauce, low-salt

50 g white wine

50 g sweet rice wine




12 strips of cucumber

100 g sushi vinegar

4 Dutch mushrooms

1 bunch of Enoki mushrooms

cress and leaves according to preference



Peel and devein the Carabineros.

Cut them in half and place them in two large vacuum seal bags (250 mm/300 mm).

Sprinkle with olive oil.

Gently pound to a thin carpaccio using a frying pan.

Freeze until solid and cut out the desired size and shape.

Keep in the freezer until ready to prepare.

Foie Gras Mouse

For the foie gras mousse, soak the gelatin sheets in cold water.

Heat the goose liver and poultry stock to 50 ˚C.

Squeeze the gelatin sheets and dissolve them in the mixture.

Stir well until homogeneous and rub through a fine sieve.

Season with salt and pepper and leave to cool.

Whisk the Debic Cream 35% until light and airy.

Subsequently, fold the whipped cream into the mixture and leave in the refrigerator until needed.

Tom Kha Kai

For the Tom kha kai, use all ingredients (except the kappa carrageenan) to prepare a creamy soup.

Season with fish sauce to taste and rub through a fine sieve.

Weigh off 300 grams of Tom kha kai soup and mix it with 4 grams of kappa carrageenan.

Stir well and leave to boil for 1 minute.

Subsequently, pour out a thin layer into a container of the appropriate size and leave to stiffen.

Whiz up in the food processor until fine and smooth.

Keep the mixture in a piping bag until required.


For the dressing, sauté the prawn heads in the oil.

Add the celery, shallots and tomato purée.

Sear it for a little while, add the poultry stock, and leave to simmer for about 20 minutes.

Subsequently, pass the mixture through a fine sieve.

Season the soup with salt and pepper and leave to cool.

Add the egg yolks and the sushi vinegar, and use grape-seed oil to thicken the dressing.

Marinated Pholiota mushrooms

Sauté the Pholiota mushrooms with the ginger and shallots in a bit of oil and allow to colour slightly.

Deglaze with the soy sauce, white wine and sweet rice wine.

Season with salt and pepper, and store in the refrigerator until you need it.

Marinate the cucumber strips in sushi vinegar for 2 to 3 hours.


Spread a thin layer of foie gras mousse onto the plates.

Ladle the dressing over the mousse.

Place the cut out Carabineros prawn carpaccio on top.

Cut the rest of the prawns in three pieces and gently fry them for 1 minute.

Place them on top of the carpaccio.

Place all of the garnishes around them.

Finish the dish by sticking the thinly sliced mushrooms and Enoki mushroom in between, and sprinkle with a little olive oil.