Inside Lyndeys Kitchen Video Clip Collection (DVD)


This collection of 9 video clips demonstrates how to prepare various foods – which will be very helpful to those who are studying culinary techniques.

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Lyndey Milan has years of experience as a cook, teacher, and mother and presents basic cooking skills and techniques in this collection of nine video clips (viewing time: 2 minutes 30 seconds to 5 minutes per clip). Her signature streamlined teaching style offers lessons in the kitchen designed to capture the interest of novices and more experienced cooks alike.
Total viewing time: 36 minutes. Closed-captioned. 2011.
Video clips include:
  1. How to Make Mayonnaise:

    Two methods are presented (by hand and using a food processor) and three variations are demonstrated: aioli, rouille, and tartare.

  2. How to Cook the Perfect Steak:

    Three classic cuts are presented (rump, Scotch fillet, and New Yorkalso called sirloin or porterhouse). The New York cut is cooked in a frying pan, how to test degree of doneness is demonstrated, and a red wine reduction sauce is made with the pan juices.

  3. How to Stir-Fry:

    A classic Asian-style chicken, vegetable, and rice noodle stir-fry is demonstrated with an emphasis on best stir-fry practices.

  4. How to Make the Perfect Omelette:

    The easiest recipes are often the hardest to master without the benefit of expert tips. The method for creating a simple omelette is presented, and a cheese-and-mushroom filling variation is served.

  5. The Secrets to Making Perfect Choux Pastry:

    The preparation and cooking of classic French choux pasty is presented before the cooked pastry shells are filled with cream, dipped in chocolate, and served.

  6. Risotto Bianco:

    This Italian staple is demonstrated with tips and tricks including how to know when al dente has been reached. Prawns and dill are added to create a variation.

  7. Cooking Fish:

    Two common methods of cooking fish are explained and demonstrated. Snapper fillets are first steamed with chili and ginger and then pan-fried to achieve a crisp skin.

  8. Best Sponge-Style Cake:

    The quintessential cake, the sponge, is worth perfecting. When filled with cream and passion fruit, it is a timeless classic.

  9. Poaching Fish:

    An impressive whole salmon poached in court bouillon and served with herbed yogurt is demonstrated, covering tips and pressure points.

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