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Harissa
Harissa: Harissa, a fiery Tunisian chile paste, is available at specialty-food stores or at amazon.com. Harissa in a...
Haricots verts
Haricots verts: Haricots verts is simply French for “green beans.” However, the term is often used for the very slender...
Orange-flower water
Orange-flower water: Orange-flower water is a perfumy distillation of bitter-orange blossoms often used for flavoring...
Nut oils
Nut oils: Oils pressed from hazelnuts and walnuts add a special fragrance to salad dressings. And from a nutritional...
Palm sugar
Palm sugar: Palm sugar, an unrefined sweetener similar in flavor to brown sugar, is used in sweet and savory Asian...
Pancetta
Pancetta: Pancetta is an unsmoked Italian-style bacon usually found in the deli section of large supermarkets and...
Pickled ginger
Pickled ginger: Pickled ginger—most often served with sushi—can be found in natural-foods stores, Asian markets and in...
Pepitas
Pepitas: Hulled pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are medium-dark green and have a delicate nutty flavor. They are...
Pasteurized liquid "egg products"
Pasteurized liquid “egg products”: Pasteurized liquid “egg products,” such as Egg Beaters, are used in recipes calling...
Oil-cured olives
Oil-cured olives: Oil-cured olives are cured with salt rather than brine, then rubbed with olive oil. They can be...
Port
Port: Port is a fortified wine that provides an immediate depth of flavor in cooking. Look for it at a liquor store or...
Morel mushrooms
Morel mushrooms: Morel mushrooms are cone-shaped, with a honeycombed structure and a smoky flavor. Wild fresh morels...
Malt powder
Malt powder: Malt powder is a mellow and mildly sweet-flavored product that is most often used as a flavoring for...
Maple extract
Maple extract: Maple extract, which can be found in the spice section of the supermarket, contains the essential...
Masa harina
Masa harina: Masa harina is Mexican corn “flour” made from dried corn kernels that have been cooked in limewater (...
Mushroom broth
Mushroom broth: Mushroom broth can be found in the natural-foods section of large supermarkets and in natural-foods...
New Mexican chile
New Mexican chile: The New Mexican chile is a long green variety that turns red in the fall. It used to be known as the...
Precooked diced or shredded potatoes
Precooked diced or shredded potatoes: Look for precooked diced or shredded potatoes in the dairy section or...
Sambhar masala
Sambhar masala: The Indian spice mix sambhar masala, often a blend of turmeric, coriander, cayenne pepper, fenugreek,...
Quick-cooking barley
Quick-cooking barley: Quick-cooking barley is rolled thinner than traditional pearl barley, so the cooking time is...
Prune pie filling
Prune pie filling: Prune pie filling (lekvar) is a convenient replacement for much of the fat in baked goods. It can be...
Rice bran oil
Rice bran oil: Rice bran oil is made from the nutritious bran and germ layers of rice. It has a high smoke point, 490°F...
Queso blanco
Queso blanco: Queso blanco, also known as queso fresco, is a soft, slightly salty fresh Mexican cheese. You can find it...
Quark
Quark: Quark is a mild, creamy fresh cheese that is low in fat. Pureed farmer’s cheese can be substituted in recipes...
Polenta
Polenta: Polenta, which is best known for its Italian origin, is a porridge made from cornmeal. Imported varieties of...
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