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Pan stain after roasting cheese

A couple of weeks ago I bought this "grill and pan cheese" in a supermarket and I distinctly remember to have chosen this one because it didn't contain any weird chemicals... It seemed to me "only ...
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9 views

How to best clean the non-stick frying pan? [duplicate]

I have a non-stick frying pan, and now I am quite unsure how to clean it so that I can best preserve it, any ideas?
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1answer
13 views

What am I missing in my dishes (Indian Cuisine)

I am rookie in cooking. Whatever i try to cook I am not getting any taste in it it just has the raw taste. I add chilly powder, turmeric powder etc . But I always miss the quantity . May be i think i ...
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14 views

Are there benefits to eating mushroom [on hold]

In many restaurants, sautéed mushrooms are offered as a side to entrees. Are there any benefits to mushrooms? They taste good, but what can we add to them to make the dish healthier?
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1answer
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What does cleave mean with regards to a pan of batter?

When pouring a Japanese Cheesecake into the baking pan recipe states do not "cleave"... I have never seen this term Ina recipe.. Please advise!! Thanks
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1answer
699 views

What do these additions to common spice mixes do with your dish?

Where I live, supermarkets sell all sorts of "spice mixes" for specific dishes, like "taco mix" or "spaghetti mix". I used to buy these, but then at some point started experimenting myself and stopped ...
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1answer
102 views

Why do my cakes taste like cinnamon?

I baked a cake using eggs, butter, milk, vanilla extract, flour, cocoa and baking soda. I baked it at 450F for 30 mins. I tested it and the knife came clean. It looked okay but tasted horrible, like ...
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71 views

Do professional chefs use the internet for recipes? [on hold]

Whether I am looking to make something specific, or just looking for new ideas, I use the internet exclusively for recipes. So far I've found recipes online to be hit or miss. Sometimes I can tell ...
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Is it safe to cook brisket [duplicate]

If I took brisket out an it defrosted in the fridge an it sat there for three days,is it still safe to cook? Since it never was in room temperature?
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1answer
39 views

Is it possible to use Coffee Mill for other grain?

I'm in Argentina here I cannot fing buckwheat flour so I bought instead buckwheat grain and I want to mill it to get flour.... but I don't arrive to find a tradicional Mill (at a cheap price) I want ...
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2answers
85 views

How to save my almonds from moths

I bought a large amount of almonds at a bargain price. While moving the almonds to jars, I spotted a white powder which was very reminiscent of the eggs of the pantry moth. In the past, such powder ...
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2answers
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Sprouts and “better-to-cut-out-parts” in vegetables

A while ago I read that "all the green parts in tomatoes" actually contain a not so healthy "active ingredient" which would be better not to eat. What I knew was that we couldn't digest those parts ...
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1answer
41 views

Lamian (Hand Pulled Noodles) Technique Question

I have been learning and working on creating Lamian (拉麵) for a year now, and it has been quite an adventure! I had little experience working with dough coming into this, so despite many failed ...
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1answer
31 views

roasting vs microwave+roasting beets

We made a recipe tonight for halibut and beets. It called for cooking the beets in the microwave with some water until tender, peeling and slicing them, then putting them in the pan with the fish to ...
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Stove Knob adapter 8mm to 6mm? [migrated]

My stove takes 6mm stove knobs but I bought 8mm stove knobs. Is there an adapter or something to make the 6mm shaft work with 8mm knobs?
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50 views

Use ice cream to make panna cotta?

Is it possible to make panna cotta using ice cream even if not in the traditional sense? Given that ice cream is made with cream, can I just use melted ice cream and gelatin to make panna cotta?
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3answers
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Can I get 900F in a charcoal grill?

What is the secret to getting a charcoal grill very hot (900F)? Is it even possible? What is the highest temperature attainable in a charcoal grill and what type of wood will produce this? I want to ...
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Pan makes knocking noises

So today I went to a flea market and found a copper pan with a stainless steel lining. I cleaned it thoroughly and the first thing I wanted to try is to caramellize sugar (because of the lack of ...
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2answers
58 views

Neapolitan pizza in charcoal barbecue

If I make pizza on a stone using charcoal barbecue, can I get the charred bubbles of a Neapolitan pizza? What is the source of these bubbles anyway?
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Correct oven temperature for chicken tikka at home

To make chicken tikka in oven, should I bake at 350c for about 40 min and then broil it on high for 2 min? I don't expect same taste as if it was a tandoor oven, but hoping for something close. ...
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2answers
47 views

What is the difference between boiled vegetables and stewed vegetables?

I would like to know what the difference is between boiled vegetable and steamed vegetables? Is the methods for preparing these different? How do these differ? My undrstanding it that with boiling ...
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0answers
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Is it safe to smoke with oak treated for oak wilt? [duplicate]

Trying to find a source for wood logs to smoke with Ii found a guy selling oak on craigslist but he says it has been treated for oak wilt. Is it safe to smoke with?
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1answer
93 views

Why do milk products stay fresh longer when stored in glass?

Over the years I have noticed that when I buy milk in glass bottles it will stay fresh-tasting longer than milk bought in plastic jugs or paperboard cartons. This includes other milk products such as ...
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Nutriutious diet plan as a food replacement [on hold]

I'm living in an apartment and I don't usually have time to cook or go out to buy food. I just wanted a food that I can put in the fridge and drink/eat it as a meal. But at the same time it should be ...
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1answer
54 views

Complete list of terms used to describe cooking methods? [on hold]

I am trying to build up a list of all the cooking methods which can be used to cook something, including terms used in the stages of the cooking process used to cook such food. Here is what I have ...
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1answer
88 views

“Acetone” smell on bread

I sometimes buy a brand of multi-grain salt-free bread *. After 2-3 days, it gets a very distinct smell of acetone, like paint stripper or nail polish remover. If I toast the bread, the smell goes ...
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How do you get bone broth to gel?

I have been cooking bone broth for a few months. I can not get the gel. What am I doing wrong. And does chicken broth go brown? Maybe I am cooking it too long. I cook for 24 hours.
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25 views

Can I boil a yogurt marinade if I add cornstarch?

I'm making tikka masala tonight, and the chicken is marinating in a yogurt mixture. I've already made a sauce to eat it with, but I was wondering if there was a way to bring the marinade to a boil so ...
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42 views

Thin crust pizza on barbecue

I want to make a pizza on my charcoal barbecue. I saw a few videos from Weber, but none show how to get a thin crust. What is the secret to a thin crust pizza and can it be done on a charcoal bbq?
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70 views

Is wood a good alternative to charcoal for bbq fuel?

Instead of buying lump or briquette charcoal every time, can I just burn some birch and use that as the heat for my charcoal bbq?
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4answers
168 views

How to cleanly cover the dough while it rise?

When I leave dough pieces (for pizza) to rise, I put a wet towel on top of them, and leave them for a few hours. The problem is that when the process is finished, the dough sticks very strongly to ...
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0answers
7 views

Eggless brownie, cake, dessert recipes [duplicate]

I am looking to find recipes for desserts, specifically brownies and cakes although others are greatly appreciated, that do not contain eggs. Is there a sort of egg substitute that works just as well ...
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1answer
29 views

Does type of starch used for thickening make a difference in a fruit sauce?

I'm making fruit sauce to spoon, say, over a piece of cheese cake. American recipes typically call for corn starch to thicken it, but around here most people tend to have potato starch in their ...
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1answer
38 views

Can I use an enameled trivet on the stove top?

I noticed a trivet at Aldi going for quite cheap and picked one up. My understanding of a trivet is that it's something you use to diffuse the power of a burner however, the one I got seems to be made ...
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1answer
45 views

Difference between sweating and sautéeing?

I would like to know the difference between sweating and sautéeing? Is the difference between the two, the fact that one uses oil, and the other uses fat, or are there any other aspects to be ...
2
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1answer
80 views

Baby lamb leg - possible to slow roast?

I'm thinking about slow roasting a couple of baby lamb legs (by baby lamb legs I mean of a size where one leg feeds one person, with the bone still in). My plan was to brown them on the top of the ...
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Roasting Pork Butt at 215F

If I wanted to roast a pork butt at 215 deg F, how long would I do this for? In 600 pan, foiled, salt crusted on a rack.
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18 views

Making pancetta without a vacuum sealer

I have made biltong a few times successfully now and am interested to branch out into other cured meat products. The next product I want to make is Pancetta. There is a few things I'm wondering about. ...
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3answers
92 views

Culinary term for frying in water (without oil)?

Is there a culinary term describing "frying in about 4mm of water" in a frying pan without oil (with this technique, if water evaporates you just keep adding more from a glass, keeping it shallow).
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How to replicate this bakery's bread

A local bakery is going out of business and they sell the most delicious bread. The pretzel bread is my favorite. All of their loaves tend to be heavy and dense, they stand up well to slicing, and the ...
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743 views

What is the source of smoky flavor for barbecued foods?

What exactly gives charcoal barbecued food the smoky flavor? Does smoky flavor happen if you burn wood to make coals and then use the coals to cook? Or does it only happen when you use store bought ...
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1answer
84 views

Why tandoori chicken does not dry out despite the high heat

Indian tandoori chicken is cooked in a tandoor oven, with heat reaching 900F. How come the chicken does not dry out? Because of the yogurt marinade?
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Best way to preserve nutrients while dehydrating fruit and veggies

I am getting into fruit dehydration (and maybe of other foods) for backpacking. I'd really like to backpack with my own made food as much as possible and reduce vitamins and minerals supplements to a ...
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1answer
39 views

What can I add when I make a loaf with pancake batter mix?

I have two questions. One specific. One general. First: I am a beginner at cooking. But, I have learned a few things. I try to experiment without going crazy. I have found that altering a recipe can ...
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1answer
32 views

Rice pilaff preparation on bbq grill

I've just bought a new BBQ grill "Sunday One Tower". I am beginner to grilling and now I wonder how to prepare rice pilaff on my grill. I think I need a Soap stone with Frame and then place a bowler ...
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Quantities of lactose, lactic acid, and other metabolites in yogurt

It's common to see vague statements about how people with limited lactose tolerance may be able to eat yogurt, because the bacterial fermentation eliminates some of the lactose. However, I haven't ...
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50 views

Sliced white American cheese [duplicate]

I left a 5 pound block of sliced white American cheese in my car all day it was hot out like 75/80 it was very soft I put it in the frig is it still good to eat
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1answer
53 views

How can I cook with worcestershire sauce in a pan without leaving an impossible to remove char on the pan?

When I cook hamburgers inside, I do it in a pan on stove top. I usually use worcestershire sauce, but it seems that when I do it gets cooked onto the bottom of the pan. No amount of soaking makes it ...
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1answer
61 views

Using Vinegar to Cut down on Spice

I've read recommendations on cutting down the spice of a sauce using butter, oil, fat, yogurt, and cream; however, I've tried all those and they don't seem to do the same type of balancing as adding ...
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Bottling cream-based salad dressing. Preservative advice?

I would like to bottle my home made salad dressing that is mayo- and cream-based. I was wondering what kind of preservatives I could use to lengthen shelf life. Also, I am using garlic powder as an ...

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