Veal tenderloin carpaccio with quince jelly, cheese flakes and vinaigrette

15 min
Type of dish: Meats
Temperature: Cold
Cuisine type: Italian cuisine
Seasonal period: All year
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Ingredients for 5 portions
Ingredients for portions/units
Fillet steak 0.55 kg
Quince jelly 0.125 kg
Medium golden apple 0.333 kg
Potatoes 0.083 kg
Sugar 0.042 kg
Wine viña mocen rueda verdejo, bottle 0.083 l
Water 0.167 l
Idiazabal cheese 0.063 kg
Walnut oil 0.125 l
Wine moscatel, bottle 0.001 l
Apple vinegar 0.001 l
Wholegrain mustard 20.833 g
Ground black pepper 0.083 g

For the tenderloin:

  • Clean the tenderloin and wrap it in cling film.
  • Reserve in the fridge to make cutting easier, boil the white wine and the sugar, and let the ingredients get very soft.
  • Blend the apple compote, add the quince jelly and continue blending until the mixture is smooth. Then strain.
  • Correct sweetness and thickness.

For the cheese flakes:

  • Cut very finely in the cold meat cutter just before serving.

For the sweet and sour vinaigrette:

  • Chop the black olives into a very fine julienne and the pickled gherkins into small cubes.
  • Stir with a whisk the muscatel wine (25ml), the apple vinegar (15ml) and the wholegrain mustard. Once the mixture is smooth, add the oil, the salt, the pink pepper, the olives and the gherkins.


  • Spread some quince jelly and sweet and sour vinaigrette on the base of the plate.
  • Cut the tenderloin in the cold meat cutter and place it on top of the cream.
  • Warm it up in the wood-burner until the tenderloin is warm.
  • Season with more vinaigrette, Maldon salt and the cheese flakes.
  • Serve with a teaspoon of quince jelly.
Nutritional information (1 portion)
Fiber 2.51 g
Saturates 7.76 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 7.69 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 17.64 g
Cholesterol 84.39 mg
Calcium 109.8 mg
Iron 3.56 mg
Zinc 3.85 mg
Vitamin A 54.48 ug
Vitamin C 9.67 g
Folic acid 16.8 ug
Salt (Sodium) 281.83 mg
Sugars 28.22 g
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