How To Chiffonade

 

How To Chiffonade

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The Chiffonade is a knife technique used to cut herb leafs and other leafy greens into very thin hair-like strips. These fine strips are then usually used as a garnish.

 

Begin by picking the herb leaves that you want to Chiffonade, making sure that they have no stem attached. Stack the leaves on top of each other. It’s easiest if you have the largest leaf of the group on the bottom of the stack. Roll your stack of leaves into a tight role, but be careful not to bruise them.

Chiffonade is a knife technique used to cut herb leafs and other leafy greens into very thin hair-like strips. These fine strips are then usually used as a garnish.

Begin by picking the herb leaves that you want to Chiffonade, making sure that they have no stem attached. Stack the leaves on top of each other. It’s easiest if you have the largest leaf of the group on the bottom of the stack.

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Roll your stack of leaves into a tight role, but be careful not to bruise them. Using a lot