How to Prepare Sautéed Mice à la Henry IV (Henri-Quatre) – Yummie!

Fresh mice are rarely obtainable at your favourite retailer – but alas Your Revered Chef comes to the rescue and wil show you how to prepare a delicious TV dinner.

Look at the instructional video below on how to lure and catch fresh mice.

A very fresh mouse!

Now for the recipe (which was the favourite dish of Henri-Quatre, for historically interested readers):

Skin, gut and fillet fresh mice and discard tails. Quickly sauté in a bit of olive oil until golden brown. Add a dash of lime juice and a sprig of tarragon and let simmer for 5 minutes. Serve with a slice of toast.

A Montrachet goes nicely with this!

Always Enjoy!

Your Revered Chef

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2 Responses to How to Prepare Sautéed Mice à la Henry IV (Henri-Quatre) – Yummie!

  1. Beauregard says:

    Non, non, non, vous devriez avoir honte! You can’t have de Montrachet witt Sautéed Mice – it is a must to boire le Beaujolais Villages!

    Amicalement

    Beauregard Finster

    • Dear Beauregard.

      a Beaujolais Villages would definitely be a viable alternative – however, if we’re talking Beaujolais at all, I’d prefer a 1982 Moulin à Vent.
      Cheers
      Your Revered Chef

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