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Tapioca is a fantastic thickener, but with a somewhat gummy texture. Make sure to add it at the very end of the cooking process; if boiled too long, the sauce will thin out again. Almond Butter Smooth, unsalted, raw almond butter does a decent job of thickening cream-based sauces. It gives the sauce a slightly nutty flavor.
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To use, whisk 2 tablespoons 30 ml of almond butter with 1 tablespoon 15 ml of melted butter over medium heat. Slowly pour the gravy or sauce or cream into the almond butter while whisking. Egg Yolk A nutritious but tricky thickener. Instead, slowly whisk a few tablespoons 45 ml of hot sauce, gravy, or stock into the bowl of egg yolks. Then, slowly add this mixture back into the sauce.
Heat over low, stirring as the sauce thickens. Try using three whisked egg yolks per 1 cup ml of sauce, gravy, or stock. Most fresh herbs will keep longer if you gently wrap them in a thin cloth or paper towel, enclose them in a plastic bag, and refrigerate. The exception is basil, which keeps best in a jar of water at room temperature.
But in moderation nuts can add flavor and texture to sauces like pesto. Oils More and more oil options are springing up in the grocery aisle. But how do you know?
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Keep these oils in your kitchen, and get rid of the rest: Avocado Oil With a fatty acid profile similar to that of olive oil and a light avocado flavor, this oil can be an occasional change of pace for salad dressing and low-heat cooking. Coconut Oil This shelf-stable oil heats up well and is a near-perfect source of healthful saturated fat.
Look for unrefined, organic virgin oil.
Nut Oils Used in moderation a splash in a salad dressing or marinade , nut oils can add interesting flavor. Macadamia is one of our favorites, for its sweet nutty flavor. Olive Oil A great addition to your diet and not just for salad dressing.