Just about everyone I know eats chicken breasts…a lot. They are easy to find, relatively cheap, and they go so well with all kinds of other ingredients, making them the suitable for all kinds of cuisines. Unfortunately, a lot of people don’t know how to cook them well….and they turn out dry and tasteless. That’s going to change, because in this one minute cooking class, I’m going to show you the simple techniques you need to cook a moist, flavorful chicken breast all the time. And once you get these techniques down, it’s easy to apply them to every chicken breast recipe you make.
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Recipes and Techniques
What makes a great steak vs terrible one, really is no more than understanding the few simple cooking techniques, and getting the practice to execute them perfectly. In this cooking class, we’ll go over the basics that will make sure you next steak comes out great. Now of course, there are many other tips and tricks that you can use to make the steak even better, but what I want to cover here are both the most important, and unfortunately, the most common missed.
Broccoli soup is not only a great tasting dish, but also one of my favorite ways to get move vegetable into my diet. While I more than happy to have a couple broccoli florrets on the plate, I find them a bit boring. But cooked in this soup, along with a few other ingredients, the broccoli takes on more complexity and flavor.
I cook with Mushrooms & Gruyere cheese frequently, and the bring both together for this Sautéed Chicken Breast with Mushrooms & Gruyere. It is a great way to make chicken breasts, which can be a bit boring into something special. To cook the chicken I use the same technique I use for a lot of dishes, simply searing the breasts off in a pan .