Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Servair Chefs trained by Michelin-starred Martin

Servair is continuing its collaboration with Guy Martin, which started in 2002. The Michelin-
Guy Martin
starred chef, a founding member of the Servair Culinary Studio, has created six meals for the new Air France Business menu and is training the Servair teams.

Martin is the Michelin-starred Chef of the Grand Véfour restaurant.

For three months, starting from October 1, Servair will be offering Air France Business Class passengers the chance to enjoy one of six recipes specially created by Guy Martin on board its long-haul flights from Paris. A different dish will be offered every two weeks.

Big names in the chef world, such as Joël Robuchon, Régis Marcon, Michel Roth, François Adamski, Yves Camdeborde and Anne-Sophie Pic, have developed Signature Meals for the Air France Business class menu.

In six Servair centers in the Paris area, chefs were appointed to manage the cooking and presentation of each of these Signature Meals. Guy Martin trained them for two days so that in turn they can convey to passengers all the pleasure that the Michelin-starred Chef of the Grand restaurant has put into his creations.

The Servair chefs will then make the following six Signature Meals:
  • Pan-cooked prawns, broccoli with ginger, butternut purée and a shellfish jus with flat-leaf parsley
  • Sautéed veal seasoned with Melegueta pepper, with organic maize penne, vegetables and pearl onions
  • Roasted guinea fowl breast, carrot and cardamom ketchup, organic red quinoa like a risotto with a cranberry jus
  • Orecchiette pasta with squid and rocket on a tomato base flavoured with coriander seeds.
  • Veal chuck, sautéed porcini mushrooms, smooth artichoke purée with an organic beetroot and blackcurrant jus
  • Cod loin fillet, basmati rice in turmeric, crushed courgette with cashew nuts, and coconut sauce seasoned with Espelette pepper

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