Love Tausi? Here's How You Use It For Your Dishes
Use umami-packed tausi in other dishes, too.
When you hear "
How do you cook with
You're probably wondering this, too, so you'll be surprised (and delighted, we hope!) to hear that incorporating
Here are all the tips you need to learn to stir this underrated ingredient into your dishes:
1 Drain and rinse
The first thing you will notice when you open a pack or can of
2 Ease up on the salt.
Tausi is already powerfully salty, so should you add this into your dish, note that you will have to dial back on the amount of any additional salt and seasonings you will need to add.
3 Taste, taste, taste!
4 Let simmer it until tender.
The black beans, you'll notice, still has quite a hard bite to it. To make these little beans easier on your palate, let it simmer in a little broth or sauce before serving to not only make it more tender to the bite, you will release more of its flavor into the dish, creating a dish that's more flavorful.
5 Mash it, even just slightly.
To really release the flavor of the black beans, you might want to mash the beans, even just a little bit. You'll want to do this after simmering so the beans are more tender.
6 Season with salt at the end.
Salting your dish is usually done at certain points of the cooking process. However, for any ingredient that's powerfully salty, like
Tausi doesn't have to a specialized ingredient that you will only use when you're going to be cooking steamed pork spareribs. Let it become more versatile in your kitchen by keeping these tips and advice in mind when thinking of what to cook tonight.