Curry Egg Salad - "Danish Smorrebrod Style"

This is what you need:
1  Egg yolk
1/2 tsp Salt
1/4 dl Lemon juice
3,5 dl Cold pressed rapeseed oil 
1 dl Creme Fraiche 38% 
1 tbsp Curry Powder - Cp44
6 Eggs
100 g Mushrooms
2 Jerusalem artichoke
10 - 15 stk Cornichons 
Fresh Chervil

This is what you do:

Start with boiling the egg lightly soft. Cool them down.
While the eggs are boiling - fry the mushrooms in a small pot. First at high heat, then under lid at low heat for 10 min. Cool them down.
Whip the mayo - whip the salt into the egg yolk. Add the lemon juice and whip again. Hereafter add the oil slowly while whipping thoroughly.   
Add the creme fraiche and curry powder to the mayo and whip again. Add salt, a bit of sugar and maybe a bit more lemon juice to taste.
Cut the peel of the jerusalem artichokes and dice them into small cubes.
Peel the eggs and also dice them.The Cornichons and the fried mushrooms are also diced into fine cubes.
The chervil is chopped fine.
All ingredients are mixed gently.
Let it set in the fridge for around 3 hours before serving it on a piece of Rye Bread and a pickled herring. 

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Curry Soup with Shellfish, Apple & Dill

Serves 3-4 people

This is what you need: 

1 Onion
1 Garlic Clove
1 Apple
2 tbsp Cp44 Curry Powder
1 tbsp Flour
1 L Shellfish Bouillon
1 dl Cooking Cream
200 g Crayfish - Cooked (Or other type of Shellfish.)
Sugar, Salt and Lemon Juice to adjust the taste.

This is what you do: 

Chop the onion, garlic and half of the apple into dices. 
Heat the oil in a pot and sauté the mix until the onions are clear. Add the curry powder and roast lightly. Add the flour and agitate. Then add the bouillon and the cream. Whisk thoroughly and let the soup boil 5 minutes. 
Adjust the taste with sugar, salt and lemon juice and maybe some more curry powder according to taste. 

Serve the soup with the rest of the apple in fine dices, crayfish and dill. 

Great Taste Award 2015

Fantastic News✨ Cp44 have received a Great Taste Award in UK. With the words: "A gloriously aromatic mix with notable complexity even raw" 
Thank you very much!