Garnished Bouquet

Meet the tea pouch’s cooking cousin, bouquet garni. Enchante, enchante. Bouquet garni, from French to English, translates “garnished bouquet”. Who doest want a cute easy way to contain herbs, allow flavors to impart and having control just how much in their cooking? I certainly do. Plus it just sounds fancy. Doesn’t everything sound better in French?

Tatum’s Tuesday Tips: Have a little fun in the kitchen! Make and use a bouquet garni in your next sauce or stock. Or both!

Standard Sachet d’Epices

(1 sachet, to flavor 1 gal/3.84 L of liquid)

3 or 4 parlsey stems

1 sprig thyme or 1 tsp/2g dried

1 bay leaf

1 tsp/2g cracked peppercorns

1 garlic clove (optional)

place ingredients inside a leaf leaf and tie with little rope

cute right?

This and more recipes available in the Professional Chef Culinary Institute of America Cookbook. Available for purchase from my Amazon Store under books.