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Cornstarch or Flour? This Is How You Thicken Sauces And Soups

Know the difference between cornstarch and all-purpose flour.
Warm, thick, delicious, and flavorful soups are one of the most comforting dishes you can have. Whether you’re eating it ala carte or poured over rice, it’s absolutely delectable. The same goes for decadent sauces that have that rich, thickened quality. That ...

The Secret's Out! Potato Starch Works Better Than Cornstarch When Making Sauces

Learn how to use the different kinds of starches that are available in the grocery.
Most households usually stock up on the more familiar all-purpose flour and cornstarch, but larger supermarkets carry other varieties of starch that can also be used in cooking. Here’s a quick guide to the different starches available on grocery shelves. 1 Rice FlourRice ...

Tip of the Week: How to Use Cornstarch as a Thickener

This is how to use cornstarch slurry in cooking and in baking.
Many recipes for sauces and stir-fries call for cornstarch slurry, which is cornstarch dissolved in liquid. Here are some tips to keep in mind when using it:1  Dissolve cornstarch in cold or room-temperature liquid to prevent clumping.2  Once cornstarch slurry is added ...

Chicken and Vegetable Satay

Basting while cooking adds a sweet and tangy flavor, and keeps them moist and tender.
Remember to baste the satay sticks with the sauce every so often while cooking. This adds a sweet, tangy flavor to the skewers and keeps them moist and tender. ...
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