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Salmon (very similar to trout) is a large fish with pink, orange, or red flesh.
Honey is a sweet syrup made from flower nectar by bees. Use this tag for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with honey as an ingredient. Questions about…
Identify, select, store, prepare, replace, or cook with apples as an ingredient.
For questions about safety in the kitchen, i.e. during cooking. Use the [food-safety] tag for questions about food safety.
Candy made by cooking sugar until it reaches 170°C (340°F). It has a golden brown color and a distinct "caramelized" flavor.
Questions about the ingredients, methods, and equipment used to turn milk into cheese.
Sautéing is a cooking method that uses a relatively small amount of oil or fat in a shallow pan over relatively high heat.
Questions about non-stick cooking surfaces, including seasoned cast-iron, Teflon, and other non-stick coatings.
for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with corn as an ingredient. Questions about dishes which include corn, but are not focused on corn, sh…
A baked chocolate dessert, typically cut in squares, that has either a fudgy or cakey consistency.
when you have a recipe that use a specific amount of ingredients but you need to make much more or just a little of the original recipe. Scaling normally needs technique.
Techniques, equipment and ingredients used in preparing and serving mixed alcoholic drinks, as well as non-alcoholic substitutes ("mocktails").
should be about traditional ingredients, preparations or dishes from France - such as macarons, cordon bleu or foie gras. Questions about ingredients common to French-style co…
should be about traditional ingredients, preparations or dishes from Thailand - such as swimming rama, phad thai or coconut curry. Questions about ingredients common to Thai-s…