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Culinary use of spices, defined as the edible but non-leafy parts of certain plants.

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It's easy to make food more spicy by dumping a bag of ground hot pepper in it, or adding a pound of sambal, or pick one of the capsaicin concentrates and add a few drops. I'm interested though in met …
asked Feb 8 '13 by SF.
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Poorly. Pasta doesn't absorb all that much flavor from spices in the water, other than maybe salt (and even then you must add excessive amounts of salt to make the resulting pasta evidently salty … .) Add spices to whatever sauce you pour on the pasta, otherwise you're wasting like 90% of them. An alternative would be kneading the spices into the pasta dough. There are several pasta brands with spices/herbs in the dough like that. …
answered Jan 15 by SF.
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A local oriental restaurant used to sell "Vietnamese Chicken", a hot plate dish of big chunks of chicken breast with onion and spices. The distinguishing feature of the dish was a deep red tint of …
asked Mar 6 '17 by SF.