Stella Culinary School Podcast Episode 6| Braising, Poaching and Roasting

SCS 007| Braising, Poaching & Roasting


In this episode, we continue our three part series on basic cooking technique with a lesson on braising, poaching and roasting. In the discussion segment, Jacob answers Scott's question on becoming a chef, and some of the hurdles he will have to overcome in the process. And in the Culinary Quick Tip, we talk about Sous Vide, and how it can be applied to the braising process.

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BadmfChef's picture

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karlito's picture

When braising meats and making a sauce, how does one get the meat salty but the reduced sauce not overly salty?  My meats have come out not salty and the sauce is insanely salty.

jacob burton's picture

Try a finishing salt like fleur de sel. Sprinkle it on top of the short rib or other dish right before serving.