If you want to be at the top of your cooking game, you have to understand the difference between leeks scallions’ chives and onion. After all, the uses and flavors vary from recipe to recipe. It’s not a battle by any means. But here, we are going to pit four cooking mainstays together.
Seeing veal, beef, and chicken liver at your local butcher’s shop is pretty common- so why is there not much love for pork liver? The best answer to this is that most folks just don’t know how to prepare pork liver properly.
Powder cream is one of those secret ingredients that has so much potential. It can be used in lots of different recipes and bear incredible results. If you like to experiment in the kitchen, add this product to your baked goods, ice creams, and creamy soups.
Bulk sausage is sometimes known as sausage in a can. Though not always sold in an actual can, it is a sausage that has not been put into a natural casing or formed into sausage patties.
All the way from the subcontinent of India comes this amazing yet obvious, stress less yet delicious spinach dal recipe. I’m so excited to talk about it, for real.
Banana slice does not actually consist of slices of banana as the name seems to imply. If it did, then you would be reading about how to perfectly slice a banana into circles or heart-shaped pieces for a special treat. If that’s the sort of thing you were hoping for, there are a couple of YouTube videos on how to slice your bananas into any shape that you can check out, since we’re talking about a tasty pastry here.
Sushi is a pretty hot topic in America these days. While it’s easier than ever to find a high-quality sushi joint near your home, it’s not necessarily easy to pick up the traditional ingredients you need to make sushi yourself. Kampyo is one of these hard-to-find sushi fillings that’s often talked about in traditional recipes for futomaki sushi.
Indulge in some cold sweets while still retaining your slim shape with a weight watchers ice cream sandwich.
Tuna salad is a relatively new invention. With the wide availability of canned tuna, cooks found a new medium to play with. Early twentieth century recipes for chicken and turkey salads offer tuna as a replacement for these poultry based salads. This makes sense as tuna was quickly becoming a grocery store staple and was becoming cheaper and cheaper.
When it comes down to the concept of recipes, Jamaican oven-baked chicken, and guava glazed chicken are two ideas that many people might not think about when deciding on what kind of dinner they should prepare for themselves and or their families and friends.
If you are yet to try an Inari roll, you are missing out on a spicy and sweet delicacy that continues to wow people across the globe.
Rajasthani dishes are a bit different than other Indian cuisine. These dishes are generally very spicy and will prickle your taste buds. Most of these food items can even last for several days in extremely hot weather.
I recently came across the method of poele cooking, a French method that produces absolutely amazing chicken as well as other meat dishes. With the hope of sharing something that may enhance your kitchen table and delight your guests, I am sharing what I learned about this classic palate-pleasing way of cooking.
Shit on a shingle (SOS) recipe is one of those dishes that is not only very easy to make but always reminds you of your childhood. We are sure that your parents used to prepare it when they were in a hurry and they needed something for dinner.
For a long time, I didn’t think paprika had a taste. I use it in my cooking, of course, but when I add paprika, it’s always alongside cumin and other flavorful spices. It took me a long time to figure out how to let the flavor of paprika really shine through.
Deconstructed eggnog is not as famous as normal eggnog, but you’d better believe that it’s just as delicious! By deconstructing the traditional recipe, you will be able to adapt it however you want.
New Orleans is famous for its culture, food, and architecture. One of the most important southern port cities, New Orleans has historically been a melting pot of French, African, Carribean, and Spanish culture. This unique blend gave birth to a number of Creole dishes, including both Gumbo and Jambalaya. Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know when comparing gumbo versus jambalaya.