List of recipes using "Preparing": 15 recipes

List of recipes using "Preparing"
How to prepare a lettuce
How to prepare a lettuce
It is much more economical to buy a whole lettuce than separate leaves in a plastic packet. And it's so simple to prepare - you can see how here.
287K4.9 28 min. April 17th 2011
How to prepare a pumpkin (or potimarron)
How to prepare a pumpkin (or potimarron)
Here is how to prepare a pumpkin for use in a recipe like the delicious potimarron soup.
355K4.6 25 min. February 21th 2011
How to prepare an onion or shallot
How to prepare an onion or shallot
Onions and shallots are widely used in the recipes on this site, generally finely chopped. Here is a method to do it quite easily with a simple knife.
139K5 10 min. February 21th 2011
How to prepare asparagus
How to prepare asparagus
Preparing asparagus spears properly involves washing and peeling, then cooking them just right. Here is a simple way to do this.
219K4.9 33 min. June 26th 2013
How to prepare broccoli
How to prepare broccoli
Broccoli are vegetable cousins to cauliflowers. Here's how to prepare them for using in a recipe.
1.3M3 35 min. October 7th 2013
How to prepare carrots
How to prepare carrots
Here's how to prepare carrots, from the simplest way (peeled then rinsed) to a more sophisticated version where only the very best ofthe vegetable is kept.
136K4.3 14 min. February 21th 2011
How to prepare cauliflower
How to prepare cauliflower
This is how to start with a whole califlower and finish with only the best of the vegetable.
180K4.1 33 min. February 28th 2010
How to prepare corn salad
How to prepare corn salad
Corn salad (or lamb's lettuce) is a green salad plant. It can be used like lettuce, but requires careful preparation as it is often grown in sand. Here is how to prepare corn salad from the freshly picked plant to the leaves ready to use.
94K4.1 20 min. April 10th 2013
How to prepare courgettes
How to prepare courgettes
Preparing courgettes is fairly simple. You just need to remember 3 things: 1) the bigger they are, the less good they will be, 2) they never need to be peeled, and 3) the central part with the seeds is pretty tasteless.
223K 13.8 29 min. June 8th 2011
How to prepare cucumber
How to prepare cucumber
Or how to start with a whole cucumber and finish with small crunchy dice, ready to be added to a salad.
189K4.5 39 min. August 6th 2019
How to prepare endives
How to prepare endives
A very classic recipe, but which can easily fail due to two main errors: too much water in bottom of dish because endives give off a lot, and endives that are too bitter so that children hate it. Here is a method which avoids these two problems.
395K3.7 26 min. February 14th 2012
How to prepare leeks
How to prepare leeks
Leeks are vegetables that are often muddy, we must be careful when washing them to remove mud that would be very unpleasant to "discover" the plate.
426K5 30 min. October 13th 2010
How to prepare purple artichokes
How to prepare purple artichokes
The small purple artichokes, which are more tender than the larger green ones, are almost entirely edible. But they need to be prepared in a particular way. Here is how to do this fairly easily.
557K 44 19 min. February 26th 2016
How to prepare romanesco
How to prepare romanesco
Here is how to take a whole romanesco and end up with small pieces ready to use in a recipe.
537K 23.7 28 min. January 17th 2013
How to prepare tomatoes
How to prepare tomatoes
Yes, I know you will say to me: why peel tomatoes? The answer is very simple: it's much better, gives a better texture, softer in the mouth. The skin is tough, adds nothing to the taste (and you will have noticed that commercial tomatoes have practically no taste), and finally it's there (on/under...
285K 24 40 min. June 6th 2012

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