Palm Leaf Fish Garnish

Palm Leaf Fish Garnish


Welcome back to another cooking video. I’m Chef Devaux and today I’m going to
teach you how to make a very simple little garnish out of just a palm tree leaf that
will look stunning on any sushi platter. Okay let’s get right into it, let’s get
going! Okay to make this garnish you’re going to
need a palm leaf like this and you just want to tear off one of the strips like so. Now here I’m just going to cut the end off,
there we go. Now you’re going to need two of these. Before you start getting to making the garnish
you’re going to want to remove the little stringy bits and clean these before you get
to any making of the garnish. Okay, so now you’ve done that, just place
one between your thumb and your index finger and make a loop, make sure it’s big enough
and then you make a second loop and hold it all together with your index finger. Now you want to take the second strip and
just feed it in through the middle and going through the outside of the first loop and
feed it in 80% of the way through. Then you want to go through the inside and
the outside of the opposite side, just like that. I’m just going to feed it in a little bit
more, there we go. And now you want to go through the outside
and then the inside, and then you want to do the same on the other side. So again you go on the outside and then the
inside. There we go that’s basically it. Now all you have to do is just tighten this
up. So you want to pull on the excesses here and
you just keep pulling and threading it through and just moving it about until you’ve compressed
the inside and taken all the slack out of it. Once you’ve done that it will hold together
in one piece, so just a little bit more, this is just a little bit fidgety but you get through
it and just keep going. There we go, that’s it. Now you just need to do a little bit of trimming
to finish it off. I like to do a little zigzag pattern on the
inside fins like this, it gives it a little bit of a fishy vibe and I think it really
adds to the design. Okay so do the same on the opposite side,
just like that – okay great, and now I’m going to do just a straight cut for the outer
fins, there we go and that’s it. That’s how simple it is to make a palm leaf
into a fish design that you can use for garnishing your sushi platters or any other dish. Alright, I hope you enjoyed seeing how to
make this simple little garnish. If you want to check out some more of my garnishes,
check out this video right here. Thank you for watching, see you next week. Bye! END

54 thoughts on “Palm Leaf Fish Garnish

  1. hope you enjoyed this garnish tutorial ๐Ÿ™‚
    check out more of my garnish tutorial videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-OGf8d1I7m2ipzLqNTuZUNvFRz89DUQq ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. You should run an international contest so we also can get those sharp, expensive ass knives of yours.

    Great video as always!

  3. Don't mind stupid comments chef U ain't running out of ideas!… Comments are invalid from ppl who don't know the difference between FOOD AND GARNISH ! keep up the good work!!

  4. I think it's really cute and creative but we don't have those leafs here we're I live but I have a question are those leafs edible ๐Ÿค—

  5. 1:48 A little bit fishy … ka-dish! ๐Ÿ˜€
    If you use something like leek/scallion I wonder if you can steem these?

  6. Hello

    I have idea for sushi(inside out)
    Asparagus, lettuce, salmon, leaves

    Please make this roll if you think is good
    I call this roll "Ninja roll"

  7. You are gaining weigh, don't let it win man, do something now that you still can, later on it will be so much difficult

  8. I've made a couple of your garnishes and wowed my fam! This one I will save for when I'm on vacation and have palm leaves accessible to wow the guests!
    We really don't have palm leaves here in Canada! Hahaha!

  9. ื’ื™ื˜ ืžืืจื’ืขืŸ, ื“ืืก ืื™ื– ื“ืืš ืœื•ืœื•ื‘ ื‘ืœืขื˜ืขืจ, ืื™ืš ื”ืื‘ ื“ืขื™ืก ืฉื•ื™ืŸ ื’ืขื•ื•ื™ืกื˜ ืื™ืŸ ื›ืชื” ื‘'

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