Saturday, 14 March 2009

Unlock the Flavor with a Little Acidity

THE CALIFORNIA COOK on LATimes.com
Tart ingredients such as vinegars, lemons and red wines can wake up flavors when used in moderation. Recipes for butternut squash soup and a stew of white beans and shrimp show how a little acidity can make a big difference. ...
... When most cooks read "season to taste," they automatically reach for the salt shaker. That's not a bad start: A judicious sprinkling with salt will awaken many a dull dish. But if you stop there, many times you'll be missing a key ingredient. Because just as a little salt unlocks flavor, so can a few drops of acidity. ...
Full Story: A splash of seasoning can be better than a shake; By RUSS PARSONS




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