In addition to all the wonderful and delicious recipes you can find on GourmetRecipe, you can also find and watch videos of chefs preparing the dishes using various cooking techniques, such as frying, sautéing, roasting and marinating. Watching a video of someone preparing a dish can be particularly useful when you’re not sure how to prepare a particular dish yourself.
Frying and sautéing are both done with hot oil. The main difference between the two is that you use a lot of hot oil to fry foods and only a bit of hot oil to sauté them. Chef Edouard Loubet of Le Moulin d Lourmairn demonstrates how to prepare
Fried Mushrooms with Gazpacho in this video. He uses a mixture of mushrooms to create the dish. He recommends côte de Beaune blanc to go with it. You can watch this video as Chef Georges Blanc from the Chez Georges Blanc shows how to make Salmon Pancakes with Caviar. He fries pancakes, or crepes - made with potatoes, flour, eggs and cream – and then arranges strips of salmon and caviar on them and covers them with a lemon sauce. The recommended wine is Chassagne Montrachet, Meursault. Hotel Resalp’s Chef Roland Pierroz uses sautéing to make Lamb Square Cut in a Persillade. He recommends serving the dish with a bottle of Dole du Valais.
When you roast something, you cook with dry heat, without any added moisture. The food is surrounded by the heat and is cooked from the outside in. In this video, Char Fillet with Mushrooms and Parsley Oil is roasted by Chef Eienne Krebs of L’Ermitage. He seasons the meat with a special oil he prepares ahead of time. Chardonne grand cru Domaine des Ruyres, JF Cossy 1999 is the recommended wine. Watch Chef Lucien Barriere Deauville of the Golf Hotels prepare Roasted Turbot with Beer Sauce. In this recipe, turbot, a type of fish, is combined with a special beer sauce and served with Graves Blanc ou Biere.
Foods are marinated by allowing them to soak up liquids, sauces or spices before they are used in the finished dish. Chef Lucille et Jacques Bon of Le Mas de Peint prepares Pork Feet and Cheek with Cepe Mushrooms by marinating the meat in a mixture of garlic, rosemary, thyme, salt, and oil before cooking it and serving it with a glass of Morgon. However, Restaurant Buerehiesel’s Chef Antoine Westermann makes Scampis Carpaccio with Caviar by “cooking” the scampi in a lemon marinade. As he says, “The meat is cooked by the lemon juice…the meat will stay a little red, but this is the way it has to be!” He recommends it then be served with Châblis Graves blancs.
Fried Mushrooms with Gazpacho
Salmon Pancakes with Caviar
Lamb Square Cut in a Persillade
Char Fillet with Mushrooms and Parsley Oil
Roasted Turbot with Beer Sauce
Pork Feet and Cheek with Cepe Mushrooms
Scampis Carpaccio with Caviar
Fried Ray with Chanterelle Mushrooms
Carre Dagneau Terre Despices
Snails Stew with Tobacco Herbs from Luberon
Foie Gras Ravioli with Cepes Mushrooms and Asparagus
Salmon and Wolf Fish Carpaccio with Tender Leaves
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