Ingredients for the crispy soldiers – two different flavors:
1.Roll out the puff pastry to 2 to 3 mm thick and divide into 4 equal rectangles.
2.Beat the egg into a glass.
3.Using a hand peeler, peel some carrot strip and place on a kitchen absorbent paper; press down with another sheet of paper on top in order to remove the excess of water.
4.Cut the Atsina cress and leave aside.
5.Brush the top of the first rectangle of Puff pastry with the egg wash and lay out some carrot slices on top Egg wash again and season with a pinch of salt.
6.Cover with the second rectangle of puff pastry, egg wash and cover with the Atsina cress. Repeat with the last piece of puff pastry.
7.Roll the “ mille feuille “ into a cling film and chill for at least 2 hours.
8.Preheat the oven, slice the “ mille feuille” and lay down each slice on a baking paper, then on a baking tray. Cook at 160C until golden brown, cool and reserve.
9.Use the cod for the dip and the skin to the crisp up, used as “soldier”.
10.Brush baking paper with olive oil and lay the skin on top.
11.Add a pinch of sea salt, cover with another paper and press with a baking tray.
12.Cook in an oven at 180C for approx. 10 to 12 minutes.
13.Cool and reserve.
Beetroot and vodka dip:
14.Cook the filet of cod in a fish stock. Then cool and reserve.
15.In a mixer or using a hand blender, blend together until smooth the beetroot, cooked cod, vodka, fish stock and seasoning.
16.Make the green oil by mixing together the grape seed oil and Nasturtium. Then sieve through a fine sieve or mousseline tissue.
17.ipe the beetroot puree into a large glass, add some Nasturtium oil, add the plain yogurt and Huckleberry.
18.Dip the biscuit into the dip, add caviar on top and enjoy.