It’s important to stock your pantry with the right flour for the right job. Most recipes will specify what type of flour you should use, but just in case, here’s a quick primer on a few popular flours to make sure your cakes, cookies, breads and whatever else you’re baking, turn out just right (plus → Hungry for more?
A slurry is a mixture of starch and liquid stirred together until the starch dissolves. They’re used to thicken soups, sauces and stews. Combining the starch with just enough liquid to form a thin paste makes it easier to incorporate the slurry without lumps. You can use water, stock or any liquid that will complement → Hungry for more?
No, it’s not flour that’s been weathered and tested. Seasoned flour is simply regular flour with seasonings added. You’ve likely seen it as an ingredient in recipes where foods are first oated in flour, then fried or sauteed. The seasonings are incorporated to add extra flavor to the food. In its base form, salt → Hungry for more?