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Explore endless menu possibilities with video podcasts from the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America. Recipes and techniques online at www.ciaprochef.com

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Explore endless menu possibilities with video podcasts from the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America. Recipes and techniques online at www.ciaprochef.com

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    Silken Tofu Bowl with Roasted Mushrooms and Winter Greens

    Silken Tofu Bowl with Roasted Mushrooms and Winter Greens

    This silken tofu bowl is made with house-made tofu topped with roasted mushrooms and sautéed greens. Chef Rudy Smith, corporate chef at Unilever Food Solutions, shows us how to make this healthy comfort food packed with umami, and how he changes toppings based on seasonally available produce.
    Get the Silken Tofu Bowl recipe here!

    • 2 min
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    Black Bean Tlayuda

    Black Bean Tlayuda

    A tlayuda is a dish from Oaxaca, consisting of a large, partially-fried tortilla with all sorts of delicious toppings. Chef Rudy Smith, corporate chef at Unilever Food Solutions, shows us how he makes this tlayuda topped with pureed black beans, chiles, fermented fennel, arugula, and smoked mushrooms. This Mexican dish offers a delicious balance of smoky, earthy, and creamy flavors.
    Get the Black Bean Tlayuda recipe here!

    • 3 min
    • video
    Kimchi Bowl

    Kimchi Bowl

    This vegetable-packed kimchi bowl features a range of flavors from smoky and savory, to spicy and tangy. Chef Rudy Smith, corporate chef at Unilever Food Solutions, shows us how he tops smoked farro pilaf with spicy, tangy cabbage and carrot kimchi, and a rich poached egg. This dish makes a satisfying and hearty meal.
    Get the Kimchi Bowl recipe here!
     

    • 2 min
    • video
    Roasted Carrot Tamales

    Roasted Carrot Tamales

    These roasted carrot tamales are a delicious and comforting. Chef Rudy Smith, corporate chef at Unilever Food Solutions, shows us some plant-based techniques for bringing out the earthy and sweet flavor of the carrots. He makes the masa with carrot broth, fills the tamales with roasted carrots and chiles, and serves the tamales with a carrot and habañero coulis.
    Get the Roasted Carrot Tamales recipe here!

    • 3 min
    • video
    Jian Bing at UMass-Amherst Dining

    Jian Bing at UMass-Amherst Dining

    Jian bing is a traditional Chinese street food commonly eaten for breakfast. The crepe-like wrappers are filled with egg, lettuce, crispy wonton skins, cilantro, and sometimes a protein—in this case, plant-based bolgogi beef. The crepes are cooked with a drizzle of hoisin sauce and sriracha and can be enjoyed as a hand-held to-go item.
    Here to show us how to make jiang bing are Chef Emei Luo, the head cook of Asian Programs, with Chef Alex Ong, director of culinary excellence, at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. This is a popular made-to-order item at Worcester Dining Commons for the students of UMass.
    Watch the full documentary and find recipes here!

    • 6 min
    • video
    Middle Eastern Platter at UMass-Amherst Dining

    Middle Eastern Platter at UMass-Amherst Dining

    This Middle Eastern platter with grilled chicken kebabs, warm hummus, chickpeas, and roasted vegetables is a regular item served at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst student dining. Bob Bankert, Executive Chef at the university’s dining services, shows us how to make the dish. He likes to offer the students a customizable topping, which, for this dish, is sumac onions and pickled watermelon radish.
    Watch the full documentary and find recipes here!

    • 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

Just a Posdcast Guy ,

Very Nice

I swear to god his pronunciation makes me want to kill myself. Although it is funny to a certain extent, it becomes hard to listen to these episodes. I am Vietnamese, and it pains me every time he says “fuh” in place of the proper phở. Other than that, these videos are immaculate.

DANCER5678!!! ,

Love the vodeos

I love watching these everything they make looks so good I have even wanted to try making some of them myself

mouvedre ,

Informative and fun!

This large collections of videos is informative and fun for cooks of every level.

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