A very tasty terrine with a slight sweetness that comes from the chicken liver. Based on an old recipe from grandmother Hardouin.
Enjoy the terrine on toasted or fresh country bread, with good friends and a glass of wine ... bon appétit!
Ingredients: Poultry liver 32%, pork neck 27%, MILK , WHEAT FLOUR , EGGS , breadcrumbs ( WHEAT ), shallots, CREME-FRAICHE , pork fat, Madeira, parsley, Armagnac, spices and aromatic plants ( celery ), pepper, preservative: sodium nitrite, salt , Nutmeg.
Pork and Poultry from France.
Nutritional values per 100g:
- Energy in kJ: 981
- Energy in kcal: 236
- Fat (g): 18
- of which saturated fatty acids (g): 7
- Carbohydrates (g): 6.5
- of which sugars (g): 1.4
- Protein (g): 12
- Salt (g): 1.3
The Hardouin company has existed for a century and was then run by Amédée Guillon, a butcher of the very best reputation. Andre Hardouin Sr Has started as chef at Monsieur Guillon. After that Death in 1936 Hardouin took over Senior the company and continued the tradition. The sausage products, especially the andouillette, quickly became known throughout the region. It is said that Hardouin was former French President Francois Mitterand's favorite butcher. In the mid-1950s, the two sons, Jacques and André Junior, joined the company and continued to expand the company by adding the catering area, among other things. Unfortunately none of the Hardouin brothers' children were willing to continue the family business and so in 2003 the business was finally taken over by Julien Garnier, a young local entrepreneur. Production will continue to be managed by the responsible employees, some of whom have worked for Hardouin for over 20 years. Together with Virginie Morand, Julien Garnier is carefully modernizing the company and, above all, ensures a fresher appearance, which is intended to appeal to a younger clientele. However, the traditional recipes remain - because Hardouin is justifiably proud of them. At Hardouin, only French meat is processed, most of which also comes from the region. In this way, the distances can be kept short and due to the proximity to the producers and breeders, a consistently high quality can be guaranteed.
In addition to classic charcuterie, Hardouin's second mainstay is the catering business. The catering offer consists of 100% products made in-house, which not only applies to sausage and meat products, but also to pasta such as bread, pasta, etc.
Manufacturer address: Charcuterie Hardouin – 50, rue de l'étang Vignon – 37210 Vouvray – France