Frog Leg Recipe with Crispy Sesame Crusted, Creamy Spinach Puree & Spinach and Feta Cheese Canelloni ala Dentist Chef

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Sesame Crushed Frog Leg with Creamy Spinach Puree and Canelloni

I really love frog legs for it’s succulent and “sweet” flesh flavours. It’s almost like a tiny little free range chicken or malay/kampong chicken. Asian descent, especially east asian such China, Korea and Japan is the most frog consummers country. Frog leg called swikee or “water’s chicken” in Indonesia. Swikee soup is stewed frog in hot, sour and spicy frog leg with fermented soy bean taucho that populer in Purwodadi, Central Java. You can find the  recipe here. Another popular frog cuisine in Indonesia is butterred frog leg or kodok goreng mentega in Bahasa Indonesia. I’ve been posted the buttered frog leg recipe  here.

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Sesame Crushed Frog Leg with Creamy Spinach Puree and Canelloni

I just know that French had it’s own frog leg dish too.They had a freched stly frog (Note : just known about the french lamb rack recently). This simply treatment of frog leg make a fancy and cute looking frog leg. you shoud make a circle cut to the lower end of the femur or leg bone and pulled the meat to the other end, forgive my instruction then watch the video of making frenched frog leg here.

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Crispy crusted outside and juicy succulent frog meat inside !

I served the Sesame crusted frenched frog leg with Spinach and Feta Cheese Stuffing Canelloni, creamy spinach puree and a little of chili oil. Playing and combining lot’s of texture and flavour is the secret of french cuisine. The sesame crustes is perfectly crispy and the frog leg meat is still juicy and succlulent, nothing possibly better than that. Instead of roasting the the frog leg, you can even deep fried, just make sure that you use enough amount of oil to completely submerged entire frog leg.

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Sesame Crushed Frog Leg with Creamy Spinach Puree and Canelloni

INGREDIENT :

Sesame Crusted Frog Leg Recipe :

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Frenched frog leg: cute little froggie!

  • 6  frog leg, frenched, instruction here
  • 1/2 tsp freshly grounded black peppercorn
  • 1/4 tsp mixed italian herbs( thyme, rosemarry, oregano etc)
  • 1 tsp olive oil (for spraying)
  • 1 tbsp white wine vinegar
  • 1/3 cup regular sesame seed, toasted
  • 5 tbsp black sesame seed
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 2 egg yolk
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 tbsp spiced flour

INSTRUCTION:

How to Make Sesame Crusted Frog Leg:

  • Preheat oven to 200 degree Celcius.
  • Pat dry the frenched frog leg, season mixed italian herbs, black peppercorn and drizzle with vinegar, set aside
  • Meanwhile, mix the regular and black sesame in another bowl, set aside
  • In another bowl, make a batter by mix egg yolk, spiced flour, salt and pepper, set aside
  • Pat dry the frenched frog leg, dip a the frog leg into the batter then dip intothe sesame mixture
  • Arrange the frog leg in a oven rack, spray all over with olive oil
  • Put into oven and roast the frog leg about 5-7 minutes (you can even deep fried)
  • Voila your crispy sesame crusted frog leg is ready!
  • Serve with Spinach and Feta Cheese Stuffed Canelloni ,*Creamy Spinach Puree, **Chili Oil,
    and Balsamic Reduction Sauce

*Creamy Spinach Puree Recipe:

  • 1 cup fresh spinach leaves
  • 3 tbsp heavy cream
  • 3 roasted garlic, mashed
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 3 tbsp chicken broth

How to Make Spinach Puree:

  • Put the spinach into heatproof glass bowl, steam for about 3 minutes until soften
  • Put all ingredient in a blender, proces until smooth and add more broth for your preference consistency

** Chili Oil recipe:

  • Add 1 tbsp chili powder /or 2/3 tbsp fresh chopped chili to 1/3 cup olive oil, add a pinch of salt
  • Heat the oil until warm and slightly boiled, turn of the heat and chilled
  • Strain the oil with fine sieve cheese cloth and serve immediately

Garnish : buabok/ peugaga leaves, chili blossom, woodear mushrooms and lemon basil leaves.

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25 thoughts on “Frog Leg Recipe with Crispy Sesame Crusted, Creamy Spinach Puree & Spinach and Feta Cheese Canelloni ala Dentist Chef

  1. Oh my. My dad use to go “froggin” late at night and bring home these huge frog legs! My mom would cook them up right then and there. It was usually midnight or a little later. She always woke us up to have some! 🙂 I was wondering what those were in the background of your cannelloni post! Very impressive.

  2. when i was a kid, 1 used to frogging in the small steam river near from my home, but never going on late night..
    never had catch a huge frog like a farm raised that available in the supermarket,
    but it’s all about fun actually….
    lucky you my friend, this frogg is actually preety pricey compares to the chicken.
    i’ve got this aroun 5-8 $ a pound.

  3. I once ate frogs legs in a restaurant as a child – can’t say I even remember what they tasted like and not think I know of anywhere here to buy them. At least chicken legs will be a good substitute for the wonderful recipe.
    🙂 Mandy

  4. A wonderful presentation, Dedy. I bet they’re delicious. Frog legs here aren’t nearly as common as they once were. As a boy, I remember eating them often. Now, I cannot tell you the last time I enjoyed them. I need to change that.

  5. Aduh… jadi ngiler pagi2 disini baca ttg kodok ini… Ini harus dicoba, soalnya pake baking daripada goreng… kalo gorengan disini, waduh, satu rumah bisa bau seminggu… ha ha… Nah sekarang harus cari dimana bisa beli kaki kodok… 🙂

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