Our Michelin Chefs Cook series puts the spotlight on ingredients and popular dishes by the experts, highlighting the beauty of simple seasonal ingredients and exploring their full potential from the simple to the sophisticated.
Apples come in all shapes, sizes and textures. In fact, there are thousands of apple varieties in the world, and the first step is to choose the right apple fit for your recipe.
Here is how five Michelin starred chefs use apples in five different recipes.
5 Apple Recipes by Michelin Starred Chefs
1. Gordon Ramsay: cinnamon eggy bread with quick stewed apple recipe
Got some stale bread being tossed around the kitchen? Learn from Gordon Ramsay how to turn stale bread into a delicious, rich and indulgent French breakfast.
2. Heston Blumental: Tarte Tatin
Tarte tatin is a French classic that is any home cook should know how to make. A little tip: poach the apples beforehand in water with sugar to keep the apples firm and moist.
3. Marco Pierre White: honey glazed duck breasts with apple sauce
Granny smith apples in water and butter are used here to make an apple sauce to accompany the succulent duck breasts.
4. Simon Hulstone: rock oyster with sorrel and apple granite
Ever thought of serving granite and fresh oysters together? Simon Hulstone shows you how he does it.
5. Raymond Blanc: everything about apples
In this episode of the heartwarming series, Raymond Blanc’s Kitchen Secrets, the chef shows you how to make classic apple recipes, from Maman Blanc’s Apple Tart to a beautifully light apple souffle.