27 of the Best Cooking Charts of All Time
Here we go! This article we are going to share with you has 27 diagrams that are going to make life a whole lot easier in the kitchen. The exciting thing is you don't have to go from article to article to get this information. We cannot begin to tell you all and will re-direct you shortly, but for a sampling:
There is a chart with a breakdown of making your own salad dressings, giving you a chart of the ratios to use plus lists of the types of ingredients that are suitable.
For example with an illustration they show you simply how to make dressings using a ratio in mixing a jar of 60% oil, 30% acid and 10% other flavors. The article breaks that down even further naming the oils, such as olive oil, grape seed oil, sesame oil, nut oils and avocado oils. The acids are listed as vinegars such as sherry, red wine, balsamic, apple cider and lemon juice. Then you get a list of flavor ideas like mustard, jams, herbs, garlic, shallots, ginger soya sauce and tahini. So basically use a visual graph you can quickly come up with some salad dressing recipes that you can make at home. The chart goes on to make three specific recipes for a sweet, a French and an Asian dressing. This is pretty handy!
There is a chart is for bakers and believe me this is valuable information on substitutions if you are in the middle of baking and have run out of the baking supply you require. This chart alone is worth the whole article! If, for example, a recipe calls for light corn syrup and you don't have any, 1 cup light corn syrup can be replaced with 1 cup sugar and 1/4 cup water. Did you run out of baking powder? Just substitute for 1 teaspoon baking powder, you would use instead 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar and 1/4 teaspoon baking soda. That is only two of the items on this chart which has so many more substitutions.
This little teaser does not even scratch the surface of the wealth of information you will find in the featured article.
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