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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between curried and curry?
There is no difference in spelling. Both words refer the same thing: Indian food that uses meats and vegetables along with different seasonings.
Curry comes from Hindi word kari that means "to rub". It refers how spice mixtures are applied to food. Curry is typically prepared until the food is golden brown.
Curried dishes are no longer reserved for special occasions. They're now commonplace in India. These dishes can be chicken, beef (lamb), fish, or vegetables.
Plain white rice is usually served with curried dishes. Another common accompaniment is raita, a yogurt sauce, and chutney, a sweet relish.
What are 7 Indian spices?
Indian spices are a group of spices used in Indian food. They are usually made up of cardamoms, cumins, corianders, turmeric and fenugreek. This spice blends natural ingredients to create flavour and aroma. The unique flavour profiles created by spices are what make Indian cooking special.
Cardamom's sweet, pungent flavor is balanced with ginger and citrus notes. It is commonly used to flavour rice dishes like biryani and curries. Cumin is a spice with an earthy smell and a rich, nuanced flavour. It's often used in curries, dals, and meat dishes. Coriander is sweet and citrusy, adding a hint of nuttiness to dishes. It is often used in seasoning vegetables and lentils.
Turmeric's earthy flavour is enhanced by mustard, spices, pepper hints, and other spices. This spice is commonly used in curries and other dishes and has a golden hue. Fenugreek's aroma is rich and has earthy tones. It is commonly used to season meat dishes, such as kebabs and curry. It is spicy and pungent with citrus hints. It can be used to spice up soups, curries and chutneys. Asafoetida (hing), has a strong flavor and pungent smell that can be used in place of onion and garlic in certain recipes.
These spices are a unique combination that creates Indian cuisine.
Almond Flour or Almond Meal? What is the difference?
An almond meal can be used as an alternative to almond flour. It can also be used in cooking and baking.
Almond flour might also contain gluten, which can make it hard to digest. Gluten-free foods should be avoided if you have celiac Disease or any other digestive condition.
Although almond flour isn’t considered to be a “superfood”, it is rich in healthy fats and fibre.
The almond meal provides nutritional benefits such as magnesium, iron, zinc and manganese. It also contains vitamin A, B1 (thiamin), C, and folate.
Almond flour is made with almonds. Almond oils contain polyunsaturated essential fatty acids. Both help to lower LDL (bad), and increase HDL levels.
In addition, almond flour is rich in antioxidants, including flavonoids, phenolics, and proanthocyanidins. These compounds prevent free radical-induced oxidative stress.
A study published in the Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry found that almond flour had antioxidant activity equivalent to that of blueberries, cranberries, pomegranates, and red wine grape juice.
Almond flour is usually sold alongside almond milk, fortified with additional nutrients.
What uses is Thai spice?
It's a term we all have heard, even though we don't know what it actually means. When we taste it, our mouths water and we wonder why we aren't eating more.
It's more than just a spice. It's an essential ingredient that adds flavor and depth to dishes that would otherwise be bland.
While there are thousands of Thai-inspired recipes out there, few of them contain the real thing. Let's discuss how to incorporate these tasty flavors into your meals.
As far back as ancient times, Thais have been cooking with herbs and spices to add flavor to food and beverages. Thai derives its name from the Sanskrit phrase "to cook".
Most Thais like spicy food, even today. This preference can be attributed to Thailand’s hot weather. It is difficult to stay warm when you don't have something to drink. Thais also consume more chili peppers per capita than Americans and Europeans.
The best way to learn about Thai spices is to visit a local Asian grocery store. There you will find a variety of ingredients such as dried chilies fresh basil leaves curry paste and ground black pepper.
Also, you may find whole peppercorns.
There are two types of spices in Thai cuisine: dry and wet. Wet spices are ground finely, while dry spices are typically ground.
Dry spices can be added to any dish. Ground red pepper can be sprinkled on chicken soup, for example. A paste is made by combining wet spices and oil with butter or butter.
Wet spices are used in dressings, sauces and marinades. Wet spices are used in many dishes, including fish sauce, oyster, sesame, sesame, sesame oil and curry paste.
Thai recipes can be prepared at home by knowing which spices pair well with what ingredients.
Red pepper flakes can be used to season beef. Use white pepper instead if you have seafood such as shrimp.
If you don’t have access or the means to order from an Asian market, it is possible to order online. This market has everything you need, including dried chilies as well as exotic herbs and spices.
Next time you're hungry, try one of these delicious Thai recipes!
Does Thai use ginger?
The answer is yes. Traditional Thai cuisine uses ginger extensively. Ginger is often used in stir-fries and soups, as well as desserts and drinks, such as lassis.
Ginger is an indigenous plant of China, Japan and Korea. Its roots date back more that 5,000 years. It is believed to have originated in Southeast Asia, where it was cultivated for medicinal purposes.
Ginger has been shown to reduce nausea and stimulate digestion. It may even help prevent migraines. Ginger can also be used to treat arthritis, muscle spasms, joint pains, or relieve them.
In Thailand, ginger is most often used fresh. Ginger root is first cut into thin strips before drying and stored. You can buy ginger root in jars or cans from Asian markets.
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How To Make A Garlic Press?
A garlic presse is an indispensable tool for home chefs. It makes it easy to mince garlic into a paste, puree it into soups or salad dressings, or even make a sauce. You can also crush whole garlic cloves to make buttery spreads or garlic seasonings.
It's possible to be confused if you don’t yet own a garlicpress. Here are some tips that will help you get started.
First, get a large container. Place the bowl underneath the press and pour the crushed garlic into it. Now, turn the pressure regulator to maximum.
Next, turn the handle clockwise until you hear a click. You will be able to slide the blade over the bowl by lifting the top part of your press. Continue turning the handle in a clockwise direction until the blades come to a close.
Finally, take out the pressed ginger and enjoy!
Here are other ways you can make use of this versatile tool.
- Make minced garlic soups, sauces for salads, dips and seasonings.
- The press can be used to crush whole garlic cloves and make buttery spread.
- Before baking, crush whole cloves of garlic on pizza dough
- Make roasted garlic mashed potatoes, or creamy polenta.
- Use the press to make homemade pesto out of garlic
- Blend garlic to make a smooth vinaigrette
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