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Waffle Iron Hashed Browns

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Waffle iron hashed browns are fun! This platform for cooking potatoes will allow for crispy crunchiness plus nooks and crannies which are great for toppings. While keeping a moist, cooked interior. A waffle iron helps achieve this.

A note on cooking technique for this recipe is that a good cook controls the amount of moisture in a dish. By making this recipe, one will learn 3 great methods for controlling moisture.

These moisture control skills are called for again and again in cooking.

Once this basic recipe is grasped, how about adding delicious ingredients like ham and cheese; or top with sour cream chives and smoked salmon; or how about Parmesan style with tomatoes and mozzarella or even poached eggs? Where does your imagination take you? Let us know in the comments!

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Cooking Skills Every Beginning Cook Should Learn

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Cooking skills are so important! When it comes to cooking, there are so many wonderful ingredients, equipment, cultures and techniques to use that one will find they never will get bored. Chefsville provides all kinds of teaching venues throughout the Dallas Metroplex. After working with over 250,000 students (both kids and adults) we decided to drop this online as a great read. Teaching cooking skills is wonderful fun for us.

Eggless Pasta Dough

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Eggless Pasta Dough Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe One of the great questions if you are a huge pasta fan is: Egg or eggless? Well to be honest, in Italy, the recipe for pasta changes from town to town. Adding eggs was made by more “well to do” people. It does add a slight richness to the dish, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with eggless pasta. Basically in Italy, they use a different type of flour than we do here in America. They use “semolina” which is a dry duram wheat – very hard flour. Semolina because it basically is a whole grain product has nutritional value. Contrast to that, in America, all-purpose flour is used that doesn’t have any nutritional value. CourseAppetizer, Main Dish, Poultry and Eggs CuisineAmerican, Italian Servings Prep Time 6 People 5 Minutes Servings Prep Time 6 People 5 Minutes …

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