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Food 9 Condiments That Could Be the Next Sriracha

00:22  25 september  2019
00:22  25 september  2019 Source:   tasteofhome.com

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Move over, plain 'ol ketchup and mayo. There are new condiments in town. Meet our starting lineup of flavor-packed sauces, spreads and more. Want to go beyond mayo and mustard? Looking for something a little spicier than sriracha ? Meet our starting lineup of flavor-packed sauces, spreads

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It's no secret that melting butter in the microwave can be a bit messy. I know I'm not the only one who has heard that popping sound coming from the microwave, only to find the butter is half melted.

  The One Thing You Should Start Doing with Your Butter Wrapper © Taste of Home

Too often, I forget to cover the container, leading to a buttery mess inside my microwave. (And subsequently, I have to spend time deep-cleaning it.) That was, until I learned about this simple hack using the butter wrapper.

It's Mess-Free, Guaranteed

Since butter wrappers can't be recycled, you might as well put them to good use!

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Sriracha is old news in 2016. But what bold flavor will replace the sauce as the new trendy

Sriracha is old news in 2016. But what bold flavor will replace the sauce as the new trendy condiment ? The experts at Technomic have a few ingredients in mind. "This may not move to the mainstream in 2016, but it’s definitely one to watch in independents and emerging chains over the next year," says

Once you unwrap the stick of butter and put it into a microwave-safe dish (glass works best), cover the dish with the wrapper to keep the butter from splattering onto the sides of your microwave. Once your butter is completely melted, toss the wrapper. It's that easy!

Even if you were already covering the dish with parchment paper or a plate to prevent splattering, this trick will help reduce the trash or time it took to wash the dish. Win-win!

Did you know those butter wrappers have a small amount of usable butter on them? Here are a few more ways to use the wrappers.

Bonus: Butter Melting Tips

To help reduce the amount of splattering while melting butter, we recommend microwaving at a lower power. Start with 10 second increments, and stir after each one. Often, the remaining bits of butter will melt as you stir. Going low and slow, combined with the butter wrapper trick, can help keep your microwave cleaner. If you need to quickly soften the butter instead, try these tricks.

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Add Sriracha to condiments to spice up your favorite foods! Plz leave a like and subscribe if you enjoyed this video. Thx u and Happy Eating! You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below.

(Flickr/Ted Eytan) Sriracha is old news in 2016. But what bold flavor will replace the sauce as the new trendy condiment ? The experts at Technomic have a few ingredients in mind. The food and consulting firm named the " Sriracha effect" one of the top 10 trends to watch out for in the restaurant industry in

Now that you have melted butter (and a clean microwave!), use it in this popular bubble bread recipe.

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Meet Your Go-To Salad Dressing .
Although my fridge is stocked with all sorts of sauces and condiments, the one thing you won't find is bottled salad dressing. Why? It's really easy to make a simple and delicious vinaigrette. It takes only a couple of minutes to make and is far healthier than anything processed. © POPSUGAR Photography / Nicole Perry Meet Your Go-To Salad Dressing While there are tons of recipes out there, this one - which comes from my girlfriend Sonia - is my everyday vinaigrette. It's a mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and Dijon mustard.

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