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Recipe Fixes

Learn to Cook Without Recipes from Samin Nosrat

Bear with us: We're about to get all philosophical on you for a moment. In the Western perspective of the universe (yeah, we're going there), there are four elements: earth, air, water, and fire. But...

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Chili is too spicy-any ideas?

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by nhtom 13 years ago

I made a batch of chili today and added a little too much heat. any ideas how to tone it down? Thanks

Runny frosting! What am I doing wrong?

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by CookieEater 12 years ago

My frosting always ends up runny, no matter what I do. End result, my cakes always look like the leaning tower of Pisa. Tastes good, yes, but looks nasty. Especially if it's chocolate frosting. ...

Help! Exploding brown butter!

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by vicarious 10 years ago

I made the Cook's Illustrated Brown Sugar Cookies last night, and disaster ensued. (It's a great recipe that I've made twice before.) The first step is to melt, then brown over medium-high heat, ...

HELP! My homemade cranberry sauce did not gel and is watery

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by MrsD 13 years ago

I just made a cranberry sauce and for some reason it did not gel correctly. I put a little more sugar than what was required and added pears. I am not sure if I cooked them exactly 10 minutes, but ...

Can I rescue undercooked chicken?

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by beggsy 11 years ago

I roasted a chicken last night to make chicken pot pie. When I took it out to shred it today, some of the breast meat was not fully cooked. Can I rescue it by re-heating the already shredded chic...

Rescuing undercooked rice?

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by Problem Child 13 years ago

I undercooked a big pot of rice in my rice cooker (I think I put too little water). Any way I can rescue this? Or is the rice gone to waste? Thanks

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