One of the things I love about cooking is the mystery, how a handful of unrelated ingredients merge and create a new, wonderful thing. Oil + Vinegar = Vinaigrette. Cream + Melted Chocolate = Ganache. Flour + fat = roux. A roux is a thickener, equal amounts (give or take) of fat and flour whisked → Hungry for more?
Big News! Kathy from KidCulture.wordpress.com and I have just put the finishing touches on our first e-cookbook and it will be available soon. The Best International Flavors You’re NOT Grilling With: 30 Recipes for Rubs, Marinades and Sauces with Global Appealfeatures a delicious assortment of simple recipes made with flavors and ingredients from around the → Hungry for more?
The five mother sauces are the base sauces from which most other cooked sauces are made. By incorporating additional ingredients into the mother sauces, you can create numerous small or compound sauces. Let’s start at the beginning. What is a sauce? Sauces typically consist of a flavorful liquid and a thickener, an ingredient or → Hungry for more?