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.
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Last modified on: February 21th 2011

Keywords for this recipe:TrickTipsCookingMeatRestingSoft

How long does it take?

Time required for this recipe:
RestingStart to finish
5 min.5 min.

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Stage 1 - 5 min.
How to keep meat tender after cooking : Photo of step #1
To avoid this problem, you just need to leave the meat to stand 5 minutes after taking out of the oven or the frying pan, until the juices flow back towards the outside.

Stage 2
How to keep meat tender after cooking : Photo of step #2
The best way to do that, is to keep the meat somewhere warm on a hot plate, covered with aluminium foil.

Stage 3
How to keep meat tender after cooking : Photo of step #3
This also works with fish, which will be even more tender.

Source

D'après Joel Robuchon.

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