Watson Lake Inn - A Unique Prescott B&B Experience - 3155 N State Route 89 - Phone 1-262-899-0200
COOKING TECHNIQUE – SAUTÉING
The cooking technique known as sautéing is a high-heat cooking method used primarily with portion-sized cuts of tender meat, fish, and poultry. Predominantly a range-top cooking method, sautéed items, especially larger cuts such as chicken breasts or tournedos of beef, may need to be finished in the oven, covered or uncovered. On the stove top, all sautéed items are cooked in a preheated skillet or sauté pan.
Class attendees will learn the following:
At Watson Lake Inn, Executive Chef Peter Gebauer, AAC, WCMC, GMC shares his professional experience and knowledge in sautéing with the class attendants.
We will prepare a classic dish applying this technique and attendees will have an exclusive opportunity to sample the dish prepared by the attendants of this class.
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