How to Cook Perfect Fluffy Rice everytime

Cooking perfect rice is not always that easy but if you know your rice then it’s not hard at all. For most Asian or Indian meal,s my preference has always
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How to make pizza dough using an electric mixer

I made this recipe using a mixer strong enough to handle pizza dough. Use the dough hook and it only takes 8 minutes on a low setting. If you don’t
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How to Make Perfect Choux Pastry

Choux pastry or as known in French, pâte à choux is a pastry dough that’s commonly used for the famous chocolate eclairs and profiteroles. It’s also the same dough used
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Perfect Pastry Cream

Pastry cream or as know in France “crème patissière” is a french custard filling used for a variety of pastries. It can be used for cakes, tarts, slices and as
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How To Poach An Egg

A poached egg is an egg that has been cooked in simmering water. It requires precise timing and is quite simple to master once you have the right technique. One
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How To Dry Brine A Turkey

A dry-brine technique which achieves similar results to wet brine by sprinkling kosher salt and letting it sit uncovered in the fridge for 12 hours. The salt draws out the
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How To Make A Fried Egg Parcel

If you love fried eggs you will love this brand new technique. A steaming runny hot yolk and a perfectly cooked white, all wrapped up like a present ready to
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How To Make Chicken Stock

Chicken stock is the basis to many sauces, soups and other dishes. It’s a staple for any kitchen that’s made from chicken bones or carcasses, a few vegetables and aromatic
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How To Cook A Perfect Juicy Steak

There’s a hundred ways to cook a steak but for me, this method has always given me amazing results. The action of flipping your steak regularly keeps the juices in
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How To Breakdown A Chicken

It amazes me how much extra we are charged for such a simple task. I’ve seen it up to three times the price for something that takes under two minutes
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How To Make A Berry Coulis

Coulis, a French word referring to a thick sauce made from pureed fruits or vegetables. This version doesn’t require cooking keeping the full fresh fruit flavours and can be served
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How To Peel And Smoke A Capsicum (Bell Pepper)

The misleading name of pepper, was given by Christopher Columbus as it resembles a chili. They are called capsicums in Australia and new Zealand. Don’t be scared to burn the
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