How to Velvet Meat

November 13, 2019,  Kitchen Tips

Velveting is a Chinese cooking procedure ordinarily utilized in sautéing. Meat or fish are marinated in a combination of egg white, cornstarch and rice wine, and afterward momentarily whitened in oil or water prior to polishing off in the sautéed food measure with different fixings. The marinade goes about as defensive coat which seals dampness and holds the meat back from overcooking, bringing about meat pieces that are satiny delicate and delectably delicate.

Here are a couple of plans I utilize this technique:

Dark Pepper Chicken-chicken pieces are pan-seared with ringer peppers and liberally prepared with dark pepper

Meat Broccoli-delicate hamburger cuts and verdant broccoli florets wed beautifully in  a exquisite clam enhanced sauce

Green Bean Chicken-fresh green beans become the dominant focal point in this delightful sautéed food dish!

Have a go at velveting meat and shrimp for noodle top choices such as Miki Bihon and Pancit Guisado

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