For those times when you want to cook to impress, you don't just have to wish you knew how to cook meat like a chef. With these recipes you'll be well on your way to making sure your culinary talent shines at your next dinner party. If you like these dishes, we invite you to check out other recipes with A Chef's Touch.
Perhaps the most gorgeous beef sashimi you'll ever lay eyes on. This delightful recipe comes to us courtesy of chef Mattias Perdomo who designed the plate for Milan Fashion Week as part of the FDL Dress The Plate challenge.
Italian chef Davide Scabin takes the classic Milanese cutlet for a spin in this recipe for a meaty main course. You'll need plenty of sage, rosemary and garlic so you can cook meat like a chef.
Pigeon Breasts with Orange Sorbet (pictured up top)
If you've never tried pigeon before, chef Matthias Diether gives you the perfect recipe. Pigeon breasts are cooked sous vide under tender then browned before serving and accompanied by beets, hazelnut and a luscious orange sorbet.
A lovely recipe to serve at your next dinner party, these beef rolls from chef Hendrik Otto literally melt in your mouth. You'll need to cook the beef sous vide for eight hours and prepare a delicate sauce with veal and port wine.
Chef Sonja Fruehsammer shares her recipe for veal sweetbreads with tender onions. This main course is served with a luscious sauce containing shallots, herbs, white port and maple syrup.