The first ice cream was a mixture of fruit juice, snow and ice. In Russia, for example, ice cream is produced from well frozen and finely podroblennogo milk. Therefore, how to make ice cream, well known by our ancestors and their recipes have come down to us, although with some changes and additions.
How to make ice cream, and what do I need?
Recipes on the Internet so full, it’s not a problem. But it will not hurt to learn what is needed and what is not recommended to get a divine treat. In particular, the best fixture receiving air and light ice cream is
electroorganic, against the technology will not argue. It is not only good ice cream mixes and cools the mixture in the cooking process. Otherwise you will need to constantly whisk the mixture to make ice cream in a blender or with a mixer.
By the way, add in milk mixture of alcohol: on a pound of ice cream 50 grams of cognac or rum, will add tenderness and flavor. As for fruit Continue reading
Uzbek national cuisine is characterized by the extensive use of meat. Traditionally the Uzbeks prefer mutton, beef consume rarely, horse meat for cooking some foods (cooked sausages, etc.), even less. Fish is little used, mainly the population living in coastal areas.
The characteristic feature of modern Uzbek national dishes – use for cooking a variety of vegetables: carrots, pumpkins, potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, etc. Although potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes, eggplant began to be cultivated in Uzbekistan since the end of the XIX century, now in the Republic of these vegetables are grown and eaten everywhere. Wide application in Uzbek cuisine found various herbs, both cultivated and wild.
Such spices as coriander, mint, Basil, red pepper and others are added to foods in considerable doses.
The larger portion of Uzbek Continue reading
Many spices and seasonings came to us from the East. Diverse in flavor, taste, and smell, they make our kitchen more rich and refined. One of these spices – ginger, which traces its history from Western India and South-East Asia.
This perennial plant belongs to the ginger family. It is grown widely in warm climates for medicinal and culinary purposes.
Ginger is also called the “horned root”, and this is no accident. Branched rhizomes and shoots do look like horns. Depending on the degree of processing of the root distinguish black and white ginger. Black is more pungent and tart, because he undergoes little processing, and the white is more gentle, he is subjected to a more Continue reading