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Working with Spices

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Post by Lobo Thu 26 Jan 2017, 10:14 pm

Working with Spices
Essential spice techniques that will elevate every dish made in your kitchen.
Technique: Tempering

This common Indian cooking technique
involves heating whole spices in hot oil
before adding to a dish.

Tadka, or tempering, is typically done at
the beginning or end of the cooking
process, either to build complexity or add
a final punch of flavor. Unlike
dry roasting, frying spices gives them a
bright, bold flavor. In Indian cooking, it’s
popular with spices such as cumin,
mustard seeds and curry leaves.
Technique: Dry Roasting

Dry roasting is a technique wherein
whole spices are heated in a dry skillet
until fragrant.

Toasting whole spices lends a deep,
earthy quality to each. Try the technique
at the beginning of a recipe, with spices
such as fennel seeds, coriander and dry
chiles, to add character to a dish.

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