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Chef Secrets

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Back of Book - Introduction to Choclatique by Ed Engoron


Choclatique by Ed Engoron is a chocolate lover's dream. Meet Ed & the cookbook.

 

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ChefSecret 1 - Tin Can in Place of Pyrex Cylinder


To make Ed's favorite Boston Steamed Cake, you don't need fancy kitchen gadgets.

 

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ChefSecret 2 - Using Freezer Bags to Pipe


Always looking for ways to clean up the kitchen, Ed shows you how to use Ziplocks to pipe frostings.

 

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ChefSecret 3 - Kitchen Torch


A universally handy tool, the kitchen torch makes quick work of créme brulée and skinning vegetables.



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ChefSecret 4 - Tempering Eggs


Cold eggs hate hot liquids, so Ed shows you how to temper eggs properly!


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ChefSecret 5 - Frothing Hot Chocolate


Lose yourself in an indulgent hot froth with this low-calorie comfort drink!

 

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ChefSecret 6 - Hot Hands

 

Hand-rolled truffles are always a favorite - just make sure they don't melt in hot hands!

 

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ChefSecret 7 - Ebelskiver Pan

Ed shows how to perfect 3-D pancakes filled with melted ganache.



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ChefSecret 8 - Not Overmixing Batter

Tough muffins have a simple solution!




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ChefSecret 9 - Vanilla Bean Paste

At Choclatique, we use only the most pure vanilla from Nielsen-Massey.




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ChefSecret 10 - Making Quick Marshmallow Sauce

Sometimes it's okay to cheat with this easy marshmallow sauce.