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Cooking with Spices: 100 Recipes for Blends, Marinades, and Sauces from Around the World


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English | 2017 | ISBN: 162315975X | 284 Pages | EPUB | 8.2 MB

Send your taste buds around the world with easy-to-make rubs, blends, sauces, and pastes from Cooking with Spices

Knowing how to balance flavor and spice can transform a dish. But whether you're looking to liven up what's already in the refrigerator or trying something new, figuring out just the right blend of spices to use can be intimidating. Cooking with Spices is a comprehensive reference cookbook that explains the regional origins of spices from around the world and gives you easy-to-follow recipes for rubs, pastes, sauces, and blends. Cooking with Spices serves up recipes with a pinch of history to give your taste buds something to talk about.

Cooking with Spices includes:

Over 100 Recipes-featuring simple, step-by-step instructions for rubs, pastes, sauces, and blends for everyday seasoning
Spice 101- explaining the regions, cultural significance, medicinal uses, complements and pairs of over 50 easy-to-find spices from all over the world
Illustrated Guides-showing the perfect food pairings for spices
Recipes in Cooking with Spices include: Chinese Five-Spice Blend, South Pacific Honey Paste, Backcountry Chimichurri Sauce, Harissa Rub, Sicilian Saffron Sauce, and many more!

Set salt and pepper aside and throw some variety into the mix with the savory flavors from Cooking with Spices.
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