Mexican crema uses

Eight Enticing Mexican Crema Uses

Mexican crema is the cultured cream most often associated with Mexican food. It makes dishes richer while adding a little sourness. It is versatile, and you can use it in multiple ways to accent a range of different dishes. Here are some of the best ways to use Mexican crema. …

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Cooking with Creme Fraiche

Cooking With Crème Fraiche: The Dos and Don’ts

Crème fraiche is a valuable and versatile ingredient if you plan to cook french dishes. It can work as an alternative to sour cream and other cultured dairy products from other parts of the world as well. It can be quite expensive; to get the most from your investment, you …

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Cooking with vegetable oil

Cooking With Vegetable Oil: The Dos and Don’ts

When cooking with vegetable oil, it can be helpful to know the vegetable from the oil was derived. The typical grocery store vegetable oil is sometimes a blend of assorted vegetable oils, but at other times it will be one type of oil. For example, vegetable oil is often 100 …

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Cooking with Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Cooking With Extra Virgin Olive Oil: The Dos And Don’ts

Extra virgin olive oil is as much recommended for its flavor as for its health benefits. That said, there are a few important things to remember if you want to maximize the flavor and nutrition that you get from this versatile oil. Here are some of the dos and don’ts …

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Cooking with ghee

Cooking With Ghee: The Dos And Don’ts

Ghee is butterfat that has been separated from the other elements in whole butter. While some aspects of butter’s richness and flavor do remain, its character is significantly changed. It is widely used in Certain Indian dishes and is a versatile cooking fat with a range of applications that go …

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Cooking with coconut aminos

Cooking With Coconut Aminos: The Dos and Don’ts

Coconut aminos seasoning has become a popular condiment in recent years. It is a vegan, soy- and gluten-free soy sauce alternative. It has the same color as soy sauce and a few other characteristics that make it similar to soy sauce. However, there are some key differences, so you will …

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Worcestershire Sauce

Cooking With Worcestershire Sauce: The Dos And Don’ts

Worcestershire sauce is a quintessentially British condiment that is said to have originated in India or other parts of South Asia, no one is certain. While apocryphal stories about British aristocrats in India abound, what is agreed on is that it began as an attempt to mimic flavors from that …

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Cooking with walnut oil

Cooking With Walnut Oil: The Dos And Don’ts

Walnut oil is a flavorful oil extracted from walnuts and that is versatile enough to be used in a wide variety of dishes. However, it can be an expensive cooking oil, and it does have a few characteristics that you should keep in mind if you decide to use it. …

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