List of recipes using "Tips": 14 recipes

List of recipes using "Tips"
Scrambled eggs with langoustines and asparagus tips.
Scrambled eggs with langoustines and asparagus tips.
For this dish, the langoustines and asparagus tips are sautéed bafore being mixed with the beaten eggs and finished like scrambled eggs.
15K 50 min. August 28th 2019
Blackcurrant coulis
Blackcurrant coulis
Blackcurrants make a very good coulis, but it's a bit more difficult than with other fruits. Here is a simple method to help you succeed.
404K 23.5 25 min. February 21th 2011
Pan-fried potatoes
Pan-fried potatoes
What could be simpler than fried potatoes? No need of a recipe for that! Quite right, but it's also very easy to end up making fried mash instead. Here are the main pitfalls to avoid.
253K4.4 1 hour 37 min. February 3rd 2011
How to add beaten eggs whites to a mixture
How to add beaten eggs whites to a mixture
It is common in cooking or pastry, having beaten whites mix preparation to another without making them completely fall, here are some tips to help you to.
97K4.3 10 min. August 3rd 2012
How to cook hard-boiled eggs properly
How to cook hard-boiled eggs properly
A hard-boiled egg is properly cooked when: shell is not broken, white and yolk are firm, yolk is only yellow with no traces of green around it. Here are some tips to make this easy.
1.2M 65 1 hour 28 min. November 4th 2013
How to extract passion fruit juice
How to extract passion fruit juice
Passion fruit are rather strange fruit as they do not really have much flesh, but rather seeds surrounded by a fine layer of pulp. Here is a way to extract the juice.
426K 32.3 20 min. March 23th 2011
How to keep meat tender after cooking
How to keep meat tender after cooking
When you cook meat, the cooking heat causes the juices to run back inside, so the outside dries up somewhat. Here is a tip to avoid this.
86K4.3 5 min. February 21th 2011
How to peel tomatoes using a flame
How to peel tomatoes using a flame
The classic and most usual way to peel tomatoes is by plunging them first into boiling water, then into cold. But there is another method, "flame peeling", which is quicker than boiling water as it bursts the tomato skins open very rapidly. Here is how to do it.
30K 11 min. July 17th 2019
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.
349K4.6 25 min. February 21th 2011
How to prepare an avocado
How to prepare an avocado
Here is how to get from an avocado only the flesh of the fruit.
146K 14 11 min. January 9th 2010
How to prepare sorrel
How to prepare sorrel
Here is how to clean and cut fresh leaves to use in a recipe, by removing stalks and central vein, to retain only the very best of the sorrel.
325K3.4 34 min. October 6th 2010
How to prevent a sheet of paper sliding
How to prevent a sheet of paper sliding
If you put cooking parchment on a baking sheet, you will find it slides all over the place, which is annoying.
49K4.5 3 min. February 21th 2011
How to roll out pastry for a tart
How to roll out pastry for a tart
Rolling out pastry from a block and lining a tart mould or tin is not as straighforward as all that. To help you to succeed every time, here is a very simple tip. It will to change your opinion of tarts...
255K4.6 23 min. October 13th 2010
How to use a forcing bag (piping or icing bag)
How to use a forcing bag (piping or icing bag)
The forcing bag is the tool needed whenever you need to deposit a blob of something precisely in a particular place (in a mould, a glass, on a plate, etc). Here is how you do it.
266K 15 22 min. January 14th 2011

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