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Learn how to prepare grain mustard orange remoulade in this video with world famous Chef Michel Richard.
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I am Michel Richard from Citronelle. Really fun, we have been working on that special menu for Valentine's Day. And now I have to make the sauce which is going to go very well with the chicken. Here we have the juice of one orange, we’re going to have two tablespoon of mayonnaise, and we’re going to have one tablespoon of grain mustard, and you have to have the zest of one orange. Now we have to reduce, we have to concentrate the flavor of the orange by cooking it. Our orange has been reduced, and we have the mayonnaise here. I am going to mix the orange juice with the mayonnaise. We mix the whole thing with a small whip. Like a sauce, it doesn't have to be very thick. That was one and two tablespoon. It's a very simple sauce that I think is delicious. I am adding a tablespoon of grain mustard. I love the little grain, it makes my mother dance. The little grains, it's wonderful, like the little figs. Sometimes when I do mash potato add figs, dry figs oh! It's delicious. And then I’m adding this orange zest, but I am going to show you how to do it. You have the Microplane, see that's the way we do it in our restaurant. Nice, you mix it, and we add some salt, a little bit of Tabasco. Oh! That is going to be hot. If you don't like Tabasco, don't use it, okay. Now the sauce is finished, I am going to show you how to complete the dish.