The term Continental cuisine refers to the food eaten in the European countries. Under the mantle of Continental food come the British, American, Italian, New Zealand, Armenian, Hungarian, Russian and many other European cuisines.
Continental cuisines use less chillies and very little spices. Instead fresh herbs and dairy products form an important part of continental dishes. The cooking methods are mostly stewing, grilling and roasting which make the food low in calories as they use very less fat. Continental food use mostly items high in proteins like milk, cheese, eggs and meats.
At Blackwell Global Technology, we will train you on the basic techniques required to stand out in preparing Continental cuisines.