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In French cooking, traditional white sauces are one of two types: those made with hot milk added to a white roux (such as Béchamel sauce or Mornay sauce) or sauces made with hot broth or stock added to a white roux (such as Velouté sauce).
Fried green tomatoes may not be the first dish you think of when selecting a side dish for your meal but after trying the recipe below, you may change your mind. These crispy coated green tomatoes provide a tangy flavor and crunchy texture that goes well with many foods.
Additional Onion Information:All About Onions | Onion Preparation | Onion and Tearing Tips
Sweating | Sautéing | Caramelizing | Fried | Deep-Fried | Baked | Boiled | Grilled
Onions are cooked both to be eaten on their own and to be added to other dishes.
Additional Onion Information:All About Onions | Onion Cooking | Onion and Tearing Tips
Green Onions | Pearl Onions | Dry Onions | Peeling | Cutting | Chopping | Reduce Harshness
Irritation to the eyes, which causes tearing, can be a problem when working with onions.
A type of hot sandwich consisting of thin slices of tender roast beef layered on a French baguette and served with the flavorful beef sauce known as au jus (pronounced oh zhoo'), which is French for “with juice” (au jus typically accompanies prime rib).