To my friends and cooking enthusiasts, I share these concepts from the gastronomic culture.
Minimalist cuisine vs. deconstructivist cuisine: two styles for Christmas
Christmas is a time of celebration, and food is a fundamental part of these festivities. In recent years, two styles of cuisine have become increasingly popular for Christmas: minimalist cuisine and deconstructivist cuisine.
Minimalist cuisine is characterized by its simplicity and elegance. It is based on the idea of using a few high-quality ingredients to create dishes with intense flavors. At Christmas, minimalist cuisine can be an excellent choice for those looking for an elegant and sophisticated menu.
Deconstructivist cuisine, on the other hand, is based on the idea of dismantling traditional dishes to create new combinations of flavors and textures. At Christmas, deconstructivist cuisine can be a fun and original option to surprise guests.
Which of these two styles of cuisine is better for Christmas? The answer depends on each person’s personal preferences. Minimalist cuisine is a more traditional and elegant option, while deconstructivist cuisine is a more innovative and fun choice.
Here are some specific ideas for applying these two styles of cuisine at Christmas:
Roast turkey with red berry sauce
• Brie cheese-wise men with ham and nuts
• Christmas fruit salad
• Deconstructed rice pudding
• Chocolate Yule log
What do you think? Are you daring to try any of these dishes this Christmas?
By: Jose Eliseo Guzman B. Profesional en Gastronomía