Watch Michelin-Starred Chefs Cook Tomatoes in Different Ways
02 August, 2017
The humble tomato – from sauces to salads, stews to sweet and sundried, the tomato sits alongside the onion as one of the most versatile and useful kitchen ingredients we have.
The beauty of a good tomato sauce, for instance, is its simplicity – it’s all about product – but in the hands of Michelin-starred chefs the tomato can be transformed into an incredible dish that sings on its own or as part of a sweet harmony of flavours.
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