If you are looking at making your own cheese and flavoring them, I'd suggest picking up one or two books on the subject. They are quite technical in details, but useful for home use. The flavoring part, well, some will include those recipes, but some you'll just have to figure out on your own :P Its a pretty experimental area, in my opinion, so learn the basics and go from there.
If you look on the back of a Skittles pack, it will tell you the flavor of every colour. That should help. You can look on the back, but if you too lazy to, or ripped it out h… (MORE)
No, blue is not a flavor. Blue dyes are often used to color various flavors (usually blue raspberry, blueberry, or bubblegum) of things such as candy, snow cone syrups, drinks… (MORE)
You may be wondering how exactly watermelons and breakfast go together. We have your answer: watermelon donuts! To make the donuts, simply shape your watermelon like a donut, … (MORE)
Like many peasant dishes, sopa de ajo, or garlic soup, was forged by the hungry and innovative poor denizens of the Iberian Peninsula. This simple soup is likely to have been … (MORE)
They are excellent sources of antioxidants and a host of nutrients that the body needs, help you feel and look good and they're all natural. Super foods, a term coined to refe… (MORE)
it's a combination of the particular avian fats and proteins found in the muscle tissue of the chicken.
the flavour is just a property of the quark, like charge it is just something that the particle has which is very hard to explain, and in fact we don;t really know what it is,… (MORE)
How would using ricotta cheese in lieu of romano cheese change the flavor of garlic mashed potatoes?
Ricotta cheese is NOT a substitute for romano cheese. Use parmesan if you must.Ricotta cheese is more like cottage cheese.Romano cheese is a stronger, tastier than parmesan ch… (MORE)