How to make tomato sauce
How to make vegetable broth
How to make vinaigrette
How to mount a sauce or risotto
How to peel and chop garlic
How to peel tomatoes
How to plump raisins
How to prepare eggplant for cooking
How to remove the pin bones from a fish
How to roll out pasta using a pasta machine
How to soak beans
How to steam fish
How to thicken a sauce
How to tie up a roast
How to toast nuts
One of the symbols of Italian cuisine, tomato sauce can be used with or without pasta.
Tags: Basic technique, black pepper, carrot, celery, Easy, extra-virgin olive oil, oregano, tomato, yellow onion, 20 minutes
The vegetarian version of a classic Italian meat broth, this vegetable broth has a delicate flavor and is ideal or making light soups.
Tags: Basic technique, black pepper, carrot, celery, Easy, leek, white onion, more than 1 hour
Made with vinegar and olive oil, this sauce can be served with fish and vegetables.
Tags: Basic technique, black pepper, extra-virgin olive oil, salt, white wine vinegar
Mounting is a culinary technique that calls for mixing a preparation with other ingredients until smooth and creamy, like risotto.
Tags: Basic technique, Easy
Together with onions, garlic is one of the most commonly used ingredients in Italian cooking.
Tags: Basic technique, Easy, garlic
Learn how to properly peel one tomatoes to make Italian pasta sauces and soups.
Tags: Basic technique, Easy, tomato
Raisins can be eaten as dried fruit or used in to make many delicious desserts or sweet-and-sour dishes.
Tags: alcohol, Basic technique, Easy, raisin, Water
Eggplants are commonly used in Italian recipes, especially those of Southern Italy. Use this technique for removing excess water before frying or baking your eggplant.
Tags: Basic technique, Easy, eggplant, salt
Fish is basic part of the Mediterranean diet. Here are a few tips for removing small pin bones.
A short guide explaining how to roll out fresh pasta dough both quickly and easily.
Healthy and tasty, beans are one of the most commonly used ingredients in rustic Italian recipes.
Tags: Basic technique, dried bean, Easy, Water
A simple and healty way to bring out the natural flavor of fish.
Tags: atlantic stargazer, Basic technique, Easy, garlic, John Dory fish, monkfish, parsley, peppercorns, perch, sea bass, turbot
Our chef will show you how to thicken a sauce using pan drippings.
A short explanation for how to tie up meat using kitchen twine so that it won’t loose its shape during cooking.
Toasted nuts are called for in various recipes, both savory and sweet.
Tags: almond, Basic technique, Easy, hazelnut, pine nuts