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    Empanadillas Essay

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    and so on. Empanadillas are a Latin delicacy which can be made with a variety of different fillings: meats, seafood, cheeses, vegetables or even a combination of the three. The filling is wrapped in a circle shaped dough and fried until ready to serve. They are delicious and very easy to make despite the many steps it takes. You can buy the disc at a supermarket, which you can find in the frozen section aisle, but I prefer to make my own dough. I like to make empanadillas as appetizers for parties, snacks when my kids are on the run, and they need something quick to munch on. Empanadillas are good for a quick meal when you’re running late and you need to feed everyone quick. Every summer we go to the beach and every weekend, I would be frying empanadillas. I would bring a whole pan fill of empanadillas, and they would be gone by the middle of the day. When my children’s schools have fundraisers to raise money, for uniforms or books I would sell empanadillas for a $1.50. The first step to make an empanadillas is making the dough. You will need flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, an egg, shortening, and chicken stock. To make the dough you will combine the dry ingredients (3 cups flour, 1 tablespoon baking powder, 2 teaspoons sugar, and salt) in one bowl and the wet ingredients (1 egg, ½ shortening and ½ cup chicken stock) in another. Mix the wet and dry ingredients together to form the dough. Refrigerate the dough for thirty minutes while you cook your filling. Now if…

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    and now everyone prefers my meal over anything else. What changed? I started frying my turkeys, that’s what. For many households, the idea of frying a turkey for the holiday seems a bit tacky, but I assure you that it’s the best way to go. Turkey is usually so dry and bland if you cook it in the oven, but not so with frying. Also, it takes much less time and tastes so much better. Sure, you can try to get better results through brining or soaking your turkey ahead of time, but that requires…

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    Gravy Novices

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    saturated vs. unsaturated, and flavor, all of which will be explored in this article. Vegetable Oil This is one of the most common oils used in kitchen. Made from a blend of oils refined from vegetables, seeds, and nuts, vegetable oil is inexpensive and useful for many different types of cooking. This oil has a mild flavor which is ideal for baking and pan-frying. The high smoke point of this oil is also good for deep frying. Due to the fact that most vegetable oils are made from soybeans,…

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    Beef Stir Fry Ingredients: 1 pound beef flank steak, cut into thin slices 1 tablespoon potato starch or tapioca starch 1 tablespoon gluten free soy sauce 1 tablespoon water 1 teaspoon minced garlic 1/2 teaspoon onion salt 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt 1 teaspoon minced fresh ginger or 1/4 teaspoon ground dry ginger 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 2 cups stewed tomatoes Fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste 2 to 3 tablespoons chopped green onions or…

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    entirety in under 30 minutes. To begin with, I would suggest getting all your ingredients and utensils ready on your counter space/cooking area. As far as cookware and utensils goes you will need one frying pan, one cookie sheet, one pair of tongs, a spatula, a cutting board, sharp cutting knife, and some non-stick cooking spray. Then comes your actual cooking ingredients: one pound of…

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    Fryers: Healthiness The way both of these devices treat the food is extremely healthy. Convection ovens and air fryers engage in a similar technique which involves hot air circulation. The majority of both categories use fans which produce and enable the hot air flow throughout the unit. It’s important to point out the fact that, unlike conventional ovens, these devices don’t have heating elements. The existence of heating elements limits the temperature to the area which is the nearest. Since…

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    Microwave Oven Case Study

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    LG LCRT2010ST Countertop Microwave Oven; a spacious interior with the efficiency that matches perfectly. Introduction Depending on what you expect from your appliances, but the LG LCRT2010ST Countertop Microwave Oven just might be the perfect microwave for your kitchen. It is a quite sizable product with features that are not usually seen in a microwave oven. The tests have revealed that setting this unit on Sensor Cooking has the best results possible. It provides an evenly cooked meal, with no…

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    Calphalon Commercial Non-Stick Casserole with Lid 7 Qt The 7-qt. Commercial Nonstick Chef???s Skillet has deep, even sides, designed for evenly dispersing heat for stews, casseroles and one-dish meals, in addition to making sauces. Heavyweight, stainless lid helps seal in the flavors and juices as you simmer foods to completion. Plus, the commercial nonstick interior ensures that foods release effortlessly and pan cleans up in a flash. Features two looped handles on the sides so you can…

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    Making A Dutch Archetype

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    Making a chicken stew or similar recipe may not be something new for you. You must have tried it or something else somewhat similar many times cooking it in a usual way. There is another method to use a Dutch oven or slow cooker also for making stew recipe. Cooking tips for Dutch Oven Stew One of the very useful things for a kitchen is a dutch oven. This is also called by the other names like stockpot or French oven. As compared to stockpot, a dutch oven is made with the thicker bottom and…

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    What does it truly mean to care about one another? As a society, people have begun to stray further and further away from a truly caring society. Society is now evolving into a more and more capitalistic environment where people spend more time not caring about our lives. The increase in our dependence on capitalist society was stated in Arlie Russell Hochschild’s essay “From the Frying Pan into the Fire.” Where Hochschild discusses how modern society is slowly becoming more focused on how…

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