The secret to making really juicy chicken breasts rests within a few key areas of your preparation process. Make really juicy chicken breasts with help from a full time culinary professor and executive chef in this free video clip.
Expert: Jeff Trombetta
Bio: Chef Jeff Trombetta is a hospitality professor at University of New Haven.
Filmmaker: Alan Mack
Series Description: There really is nothing quite like a nice, juicy chicken breast. Get tips on how to make great chicken dishes from even greater recipes with help from a full time culinary professor and executive chef in this free video series.
Sir I don't want to insult you by making fun about this video but with due respect you need to learn how to make a good video. You might be a good teacher at the University but please learn what to do while making a good video or please contact Mr Gordan Ramsey.... I bring it.
I am an executive chef, professor, rocket scientist, lion tamer, weightlifter, guitar player and songwriter, tennis player and a golfer, I also own Jeff and Larry's garage auto repairs on Disney land Ave but most important I am a first-class bullshit artist. want a piece of chicken? I also work at Popeyes chicken part-time.
I made this dish last night and it was awesome! My son, who is a picky finicky eater even enjoyed it. This chicken recipe with sauteed garlic rosemary potatoes on a bed of rice. Freaking delicious! Had to do rice because I forgot to get the green beans. Thank you for a great chicken dish.
Maybe we don't need to know what university or if you're professor or not . The goal is how to cook , your education is of no consequences. You should cut on the introduction and present nicely cooked meal it's much more appealing humbleness is much better !!!!!!!!!!
1. This is how much butter and oil they use in most restaurants, that’s why it tastes so good when you go out to eat but have trouble replicating it at home.
2. He’s showing you how to cut not just a lemon, but all types of things, it’s a cutting technique that enables you to slice and dice substantially faster in the kitchen.
3. He’s out of breath due to anxiety of filming this video which I’m sure he agreed to film for free and watching this video is free compared to the thousands you’d spend on culinary arts school so show some respect and gratitude.
4. It most be so frustrating as a chef to try and teach people that have no idea about cooking, how to cook. Everything he showed you is why his chicken is rich, moist and flavorful and with your attitude, why yours will continue to be dry, over cooked, under seasoned and with a bad overall flavor.
Any good chef knows (this usually applies to baking only) that when u can smell your cake, casserole etc. it is actually ready. This is a general rule only. This skill comes after much experience-which is why most on this page are confused by the statement.