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Discussion in 'Cookery' started by anon468, Feb 13, 2011.
Wow - that's a menu and a half!
Yes. I am very jealous.
I've always maintained that cooking with the equipment at home is an entirely different experience than doing it in a professional kitchen with all the right gear. I'm envious.
Here, I've discovered, yet again, the biggest problem I face is one of space and the wrong sort of work surfaces, ones you can't take something out of the oven and put the dish on. Added to that, I find myself tripping over the dog and my wife choosing to do the washing up in small doses before it amounts to a crisis which leads to the draing board being unavailable to lay hot pans on.
But I digress again...
I'm intrigued to lean what a beef involentini is. How did you cook it? How long did it all take?
How many 'slimming world' sins would that be then?
I've got a recipe given to me by an Italian student somewhere, but I'll have a quick look. Basically it's a round of beef or veal, beaten flat, then stuffed, usually parma or prosciutto ham with cheese, rolled up, fried off and served in a tomato sauce.
^^ what she said. It is basically just a roulade (involtini sounds ever so posh, doesn't it?).
It really was an amazing experience (well, we tried to forget that we were supposed to be actually doing a "team building experience" thingie) to cook with proper equipment, to have everything where it needs to be and to not run out of space! And wearing proper attire as well.
We quickly fried to seal (not in a frying pan - ho ha, that was a thrill - it was a big huge whatever you call them where you can get about 40 on at a time) and then finished off in the (huge) oven.
And I don't want to even think of the calories the whole menu had - we were literally using litres of cream, schmand, wine and mounds of butter