Learn Everything About Cooking With Chocolate And Even Nut Free Chocolate

by Sharon Gill

You can never know enough about cooking. Some people who enjoy cooking love to share what they know, while others want what they know to be a well guarded secret.

To make a fast and easy roux, you need a stick of butter and two to four tablespoons of flour. Melt the butter over medium heat until it is melted. Then add the flour.

Remember, a smaller amount of flour is less likely to scorch. Stir constantly until the mixture is the color of milk chocolate.

To get extra moist chocolate chip cookies, add a packet of dried vanilla pudding mix to any recipe. You do not have to add the other ingredients for the pudding recipe or even add extra moisture to your existing recipe. Simply adding the powdered mix helps the cookies to attain a smoother, softer texture.

Have you ever looked for a specific recipe only to come up short? This is why it's a good thing to have a recipe box or book to hold all those valuable, family favorites.

Store cooking chocolate correctly. Cooking chocolate must be stored below 70 degrees, which means the refrigerator, especially in warm weather.

There is no longer a need to hold onto any fear of the kitchen.

As expressed in the beginning of the article, you can never know enough about cooking. Hopefully, the information provided has given you some tips that you find helpful while in the kitchen. Now, it is up to you, will you share it with others, or keep it as "you little secret?'

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