chiffonade


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chif·fo·nade

 (shĭf′ə-nād′, -näd′)
n.
Herbs or vegetables cut into thin strips or shreds, often sprinkled onto a dish as a garnish.

[French, from chiffonner, to rumple, crumple, from chiffon, rag, scrap of cloth; see chiffon.]

chiffonade

(ˌʃɪfəˈnɑːd)
n
(Cookery) finely shredded leaf vegetables used as a base for a dish or as a garnish

chiffonade

A garnish of shredded lettuce, spinach and sorrel.
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Dry the tops and run a knife through them (I could say chiffonade but that sounds poncy).
KHARBUJA AUR TARBUJA (MELON GRANITA WITH WATERMELON JELLY AND FRUIT) INGREDIENTS For the melon granita 25g caster sugar 50ml water 600g Galia melon, about 1/2 melon, peeled and deseeded 1 teaspoon lemon juice Grated zest of 1 lime 10g fresh mint leaves, plus a chiffonade of leaves to decorate For the watermelon jelly 6 silverleaf gelatine leaves 90g caster sugar 90ml water 1/4 watermelon, deseeded and blitzed in a blender to make 400ml puree 60ml rose water Lemon juice, to taste To decorate A little rose syrup for drizzling blackberries, halved raspberries, halved black and green seedless grapes, quartered or baby mint leaves slice of Galia melon and watermelon, deseeded and cut into matchsticks METHOD 1.
KHARBUJA AUR TARBUJA (MELON GRANITA WITH WATERMELON JELLY AND FRUIT) g p and deseeded 1 teaspoon lemon juice Grated zest of 1 lime 10g fresh mint leaves, plus a chiffonade of leaves to decorate For the watermelon jelly 6 silverleaf gelatine leaves 90g caster sugar 90ml water 1/4 watermelon, deseeded and blitzed in a blender to make 400ml puree 60ml rose water Lemon juice, to taste To decorate A little rose syrup for drizzling blackberries, halved raspberries, halved black and green seedless grapes, quartered or baby mint leaves slice of Galia melon and watermelon, deseeded and cut into matchsticks METHOD 1.
It's a lot to remember, especially when you're being tested, and all these years later, though I think I've forgotten a great deal, I can still tell my brunoise from my Macedoine and a chiffonade from a julienne.
Fresh from the oven comes the mouthwatering pizza in different flavors and toppings such as, Mexican, Indian, Hawaiian, traditional pepperoni, Margherita as well as the house specialty -- the Kris Kros Tarufo pizza comprising truffle cream spread, salsa tartufata, white truffle oil, rocket chiffonade, grated pecorino, shaved parmesan and extra virgin olive oil.
The Book of Kale and Friends: 14 Easy-to-Grow Superfoods with 130+ Recipes" then showcases kale recipes ranging from a Kale, White Bean & Caramelized Onion Dip; Tuscan-Style Arugula Pizza with Kale Petals; Chiffonade of Kale with Salty Sweet Walnuts; and Kale-a-Leekie Soup; to Garlicky Roast Potatoes & Kale; Tomato Kale Nirvana; Kale Pasta with Rose Sauce; and Gluten-Free Kale Fruit Loaf.
When Desserts by Pierre Herme was released in 1999, the world therefore wasn't surprised to see him overturning established norms by marrying unusual ingredients, such as black pepper and an optional sliver of habanero in his Warm Chocolate and Banana Tart, or a basil chiffonade as garnishing for his Basmati Rice and Fruits- of- the- Moment Salad.
Salad Roll-Ups with Kimehi Makes 4 salads Honey Lavender Vinaigrette (recipe follows) Herbaceous Vinaigrette (recipe follows) Kimchi (recipe follows) 1 English cucumber, sliced lengthwise into very thin ribbons 1 bunch sunflower sprouts or broccoli, radish, or a favorite sprout 1 carrot, cut into 4-inch matchsticks 1 red bell pepper, stemmed, seeded, and cut into thin 4-inch strips 1 yellow squash, cut into 4-inch matchsticks 1 zucchini, cut into 4-inch matchsticks 1 portobello mushroom, gills cleaned and sliced thin 1 bunch of fresh basil, cut into a fine chiffonade 4 sandwich picks 1.
The cooking terms that largely sent home chefs into a spin were ballotine, where 45 percent had no idea what it was, umami, cartouche, concasse and chiffonade.
Now add most fruit and your mint chiffonade to the jelly.
They should also take note that while my stepchildren prefer maple syrup and bananas on their waffles, I'd prefer a fragrant basil chiffonade atop some macerated ripe strawberries in balsamic vinegar.
Q One of my recipes says to use a chiffonade of basil.