Learning the Two Simple Methods of Cooking Couscous

One of the best alternatives for traditional pasta, couscous is a special type of wheat that is commonly used in dishes that originated from North Africa. Many people agree that this wheat goes well with delicious fish viands, as well as dishes that have hot and spicy flavors. In addition, everyone can eat couscous for breakfast by adding milk and other fruits to the wheat. However, to those who are health conscious they can always add delicious and nutritious salad dressing to this wheat to ...
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Thai Cooking 101

Influenced by Chinese stir fries and Indian curries, Thai cuisine is a hodgepodge style of cooking that encourages experimentation, which will come in handy if you have trouble finding some of its more obscure ingredients.Unfamiliarity with these foreign flavors, let alone figuring out how they relate to each other, is a common beginners' obstacle, but don't let that discourage you! We promise this will be quick and relatively painless, and the reward-exposure to a new world of flavors-is well ...
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Tips for cooking Indian curry efficiently

Indian curry is one of the most sought-after cuisines across the world. The dish is known for its spicy taste and for its unique feature of being served as hot as possible. Due to its spicy and unique flavor, the dish is now considered as one of the fast growing ethnic food and is increasingly taken as global cuisine. You can also cook the curry in an efficient manner. Curry is a stew like dish or a gravy dish that is prepared in spices and has hot but flavored taste.  In Britain, curry is ...
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Indian Great Cooking Ingredients

Spices are one of the significant cooking ingredients of Indian cuisine. Spices and herbs are also one reason why Indian food is becoming famous to people around the world. Indian Spices Indian spices are heated in the pan with ghee or cooking oil to intensify the flavor before putting in food. Indian spices contain a variety of herbs and spices grown across the Indian subcontinent. There are many basic Indian spices such as cumin seeds, turmeric, coriander seeds, chili powder, mustard seeds ...
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Cooking Terminology Explained In Layman’s Terms

It can be very frustrating when you are trying to follow a recipe, but you don't understand the cooking terms used. Sometimes even instructions on a packet of pasta can confuse you – what does cook until "al dente" mean? So, let's have a look at some basic cooking terms and the language used in recipes:-Al dente – This term is often used with pasta and literally means "to the tooth/bite". Boil the pasta until is is tender but still has some "bite", not soggy and falling apart. Packet pasta ...
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Cooking For Pleasure With A Slow Cooker…

The Slow Cooker is a great invention and is perfect for busy families who want to come home to a hot, hearty meal after work without having to spend time preparing it. It's worth getting up a bit earlier to prepare some meat and vegetables to throw into your slow cooker to cook while you're at work. There are so many recipes that can be prepared in your slow cooker – casseroles and stews, soups, puddings, mulled wine, curry and chilli. Some people even use two slow cookers and have their main ...
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Healthy Cooking With Steam Control Multi-Element Stainless Steel Cookware

Think about cooking healthy in this busy high stress world. Waterless grease less cooking preserves the vitamins and minerals of all of your foods and avoids the carcinogens from charring the meats. A great example of using the Multi element surgical stainless steel cookware with steam control is the following recipe: Heat pot on medium heat and then place chicken pieces in pan and brown on both sides. Extra oil in not needed. Very minor sticking may be present but no problem. When browned on ...
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Basic Techniques for Cooking With Rice…

Rice is a very versatile food which can be a meal in itself, can be eaten cold as a salad, hot as a pudding or it can be served as a meal accompaniment. Use online recipes to get the most out of your packet of rice and experiment with different rices – long grain, short grain, arborio or risotto rice, pudding rice, brown rice, wild rice and basmati rice.Here are 4 ways to use rice:-1. Boiling rice – Rice is a great accompaniment to curry, chilli, casseroles, meat in sauces etc. and can also ...
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Cooking with Oils

Everyone knows the foods to eat that improve health,although how we cook the food can be just as important.With there being so many oils and butter productsclaiming to be the best, it can be quite difficultto know which ones to use and which ones to avoid. 1.  Canola oilCanola oil is a popular oil, with many physicians claiming that it has the ability to lower the riskof heart disease.  The oil is low in saturated fat,high in monounsaturated fat, and offers the best fatty acid composition ...
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Cooking Healthy With Waterless Cookware

We use many of the recipes of South Beach diet and several years ago we were strictly on that diet until we reached our target weights. Now we blend the Latin cooking with at times using recipes from the South Beach books. The use of the Waterless steam control cookware is perfect for these recipes as well. Of course this would be true of any of the great successful diet regimens out there. Whether Weight Watchers, South Beach or whatever, as long as there are lots of healthy vegetables, ...
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