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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 ...

How to Make Roux

Learn this basic cooking hack to make your soups and stews thicker.
A roux (pronounced "rooh") is a mix of equal amounts of flour and butter or oil, often used as a thickening agent in soups and sauces. It is usually cooked as a base for these dishes before adding other ingredients.To make a simple ...
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