The Holy Trinity of Cuisine
Oct14

The Holy Trinity of Cuisine

The term Holy Trinity is often used to describe a mixture of three ingredients that are sautéed together to form a flavoursome base for many different cultural cuisines. These vegetables, herbs and spices can vary from country to country but the cooking process remains the same: slowly cooking them in either butter or olive oil. The most common of these trios is the Italian Soffritto (also referred to as odori and battuto), a mixture...

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