Fats, similar to butter and oils, liquefy, and ultimately begin to smoke when they get too hot. The fibers in greens and fruits soften and break down, which is why a cooked carrot is softer than a raw one. At its most simple, cooking means making use of heat to food. Whether the food is baked, fried, sautéed, boiled, or grilled, it’s all cooking.
Place a big, ovenproof frypan over a high warmth on the stove, and let it get screaming hot. Mix pork mince with cooked white rice (ratio ⅔ pork to ⅓ rice) and add flavourings such as chopped garlic, sliced makrut lime leaves and chilli. Shape sausages by rolling them up in cling movie and safe each end like a good Christmas cracker. Mix 2 cups of masa harina (Mexican corn flour, out there at essentialingredient.com.au) with 1.5 cups of water and a pinch of salt to …read more >