Blanching Technique

Blanching is a two-step process in which foods are plunged into boiling water, usually for only a minute or two and then put into ice water to rapidly stop the cooking process. You can also blanch in fat, but this technique is not often called for.

Blanching Times For Fruits and Vegetables

December 31, 2014 0 Comments
Blanching Times For Fruits and Vegetables

How Long Does It Take To Blanch Foods? One of the most underrated cooking techniques is blanching. A 2-step process where you plunge ingredients into boiling water and then immediately stop the cooking by giving them a cold bath. Chefs and home cooks use blanching for a variety of reasons including peeling fruits and vegetables, […]

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How Blanching Can Make You A Better Cook

December 23, 2014 0 Comments
How Blanching Can Make You A Better Cook

Why Professional Chefs Love to Blanch Ingredients You’ve probably read the directions in many different recipes. “Plunge into rapidly boiling water for one minute. Remove and plunge into ice water to stop the cooking process.” – that’s Blanching It’s a technique that is called for frequently, but I think it is frequently misunderstood. I think […]

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How to Blanch Foods

July 17, 2012 8 Comments
How to Blanch Foods

The Blanching Highlights Blanching is a two-step process in which foods are plunged into boiling water, usually for only a minute or two and then put into ice water to rapidly stop the cooking process. You can also blanch in fat, but this technique is not often called for. Reasons to blanch: to loosen thin […]

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