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CKS 043| French and Debone a Chicken Leg & Thigh

How to French a Chicken Leg and Thigh - Video Technique - Butchery - Culinary Knife Skills

This video will demonstrate how to take a hind quarter, remove the thigh bone and then "French" the leg bone. What results is a semi-boneless chicken leg and thigh that can then be stuffed with any number of delicious fillings and force meats. For part two of this video, which demonstrates the stuffing and cooking process, please refer to the first video listed in the "Related" section below.

KP 028| How to "Dehydrate" Fats Using Tapioca Maltodextrin

How to Dehydrate Fats Using Tapioca Maltodextrin - Video

Tapioca Maltodextrin is a light weight bulking agent derived from tapioca starch that has no perceptible flavor. When mixed with fat, it has the ability to absorb it, transforming the fat into a powder like substance. Further adding to the "dehydrated fat illusion," the maltodextrin disappears almost immediately when it comes into contact with a small amount of moisture. This sensation most notably occurs when a dehydrated fat is placed in one's mouth; the saliva dissolves the maltodextrin leaving behind only the fat, which gives the impression that it's "rehydrating" back to its original form.

TCD 010| Sous Vide (Crispy Skin) Chicken Breast with Spring Vegetables

Sous Vide Chicken Breast with Spring Vegetables - Video Recipe

This video demonstrates how we prepare and cook our sous vide chicken breast that we're currently serving with sauted spring vegetables and a reduced shallot jus.

The chicken breast is first brined for 24 hours in a 5% brine and then rinsed. Next, the chicken breast is vacuum packed individually and cooked sous vide in 60ºC/140ºF water bath for 4 hours. On "the pickup," the chicken breast is cut out of the sous vide package and the skin is pressed into rice flour and then pan fried in chicken fat.

What makes this sous vide chicken breast great ...

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