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Questions tagged the middle-eastern-cuisine tag should be about traditional ingredients, preparations or dishes from the Middle East (Western Asia and Northern Africa). Questions about Indian cuisine should use the indian-cuisine tag.

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1- To work with phyllo or yufka sheets the key is to keep them from drying out. A damp, but not dripping, towel laid over the sheets is essential. Cover it after each time you take out a sheet. They d …
answered Mar 8 '12 by Sobachatina
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In her book, Bakewise, Shirley Corriher writes that vitamin C strengthens gluten. Many "dough enhancers" feature vitamin C as a large component. Of course orange juice also tastes good which is pro …
answered Apr 9 '12 by Sobachatina
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Capsaicin dissolves easily in oils (and alcohol). Steeping or gently heating chili peppers in oil will easily produce a spicy oil. You could use crushed red peppers but you might get more interesting …
answered Jul 26 '13 by Sobachatina