Here’s some serious tweezer plating from Juan Francisco Valiente, head chef at the creativity department at the Quique Dacosta restaurant in Spain, as he makes one of the restaurant’s signature dishes.
Haze is a mysterious misty dish, a super layered plate made up of beans, mushrooms, peas, and sprigs that are plated on a transparent plates that’s then placed above a box with liquid nitrogen underneath to create the foggy effect.
The video shows the entire process of how the dish is made as Valiente slowly adds every separate element to the plate.
Take a look at the video below to see how it’s made.
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