Everything you need to know to design and prepare the best salads
Salads are a versatile dishes that can accompany you throughout your lifetime. There are fresh, cold salads for the summer, or warm and comforting salads for the winter. Salads consist of a balance between fresh, acidic, sweet and other flavors; making them more interesting through the use of colors and various textures.
In this course we will discover salads that can surprise guests at home, or in a restaurant. We will give traditional and innovative options, with legumes, nutrients, fruits and vegetables. We will show you how a simple vinaigrette, dressing, or seasoning has the power to transform your salad and take it to another level.
What you'll learn
Everything you need to know about designing the world’s best salads
In this course we will tackle classic salads such as the iconic Mediterranean salad, Panzanella, to some slightly more risky proposals such as a raw cauliflower cous cous salad, that will even delight those who are not fans of this vegetable (the cauliflower sceptics among us).
Salads are made interesting by the nuances of flavors and textures they offer. You will learn to incorporate elements that provide crispness: croutons, breadcrumbs and candied nuts. You will learn the theory behind emulsified and non-emulsified vinaigrettes, combining various ingredients such as yogurt, vinegar, fresh vegetables and aromatic herbs.
You will see different types of salads according to their composition, origin, serving temperature, etc. It is important to know which salads are seasoned in advance in order to develop flavor, and which should be eaten freshly seasoned.
Who is it for?
This course is for all those who wish to take their everyday salads to the next level, incorporating nutritious and delicious ingredients. It is aimed at professional chefs as well as foodies. Whether the world of healthy food interests you, or not, you will find these recipes irresistible and different.
What you’ll need
- Pots and pans
- Hand blender
- Immersion blender, turmix or liquidizer
- Citrus zester
*Instruments or materials recommended in some of the recipes (they are not essential for the course).
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