Famous Restaurant Recipes Kitchen Terms Dictionary

If you are inexperienced to cooking, but you want to do these famous recovery recipes that are so popular, you will need to have at least some basic skills. A problem that you encounter are the different cooking terms you will see in a recipe.

If you do not know what I’m talking about when I say I say famous restoration recipes, this is a collection of recipes for your favorite dishes from your favorite restaurants. These recipes have been reversed engineer by chefs and documented in a set of cookbooks and on various online websites.

Once the appropriate ingredients and cooking processes are discovered, they are then tested by various methods and teams of people to make sure they really taste like the originals. By producing these dishes yourself, you can save money and put pretty impressive dinners.

As with all recipes, famous restoration recipes will have required terms and procedures for you to know you or may not know. Here is a short list of some of the most important terms of cooking with their definitions. Although these definitions will not show you how to perform the tasks, they can give you enough insight to practice them until you get the process.

Cooking conditions Dictionary:

Al Dente: Usually, it refers to pasta with the result of cooking long enough to make it firm but not sweet. The idea is to avoid overcoming it. It’s also not to spin the vegetables too much to lose their sharpness.

Money laundering: This is the process of boiling water, then add food and cook completely overwhelmed. You only do this for a few seconds, then immediately remove the food from the pan and rinse it in cold water to stop cooking.

Braiding: cook food in a small amount of liquid with the intention of drawing the flavor in the liquid.

Deglazing: used to make sauce. The drops of cooking foods stick to the bottom of the pan and are dissolved in a liquid.

Folding: The egg-white mix process in a dough without stirring to keep vigorously keeping its light foam properties.

Simmering: The action of the heating water until just below the boiling level.

Poaching: cook an egg in cooled water.

There are many other cooking terms that you may need to know. In my blog, I have more with the plan also providing links to these terms to the documents showing the execution processes of these tasks.

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