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By The Editors of Delish

It's as effortless as 1, 2, three, four: four-ingredient recipes from the editors of Delish which are triple-tested to perfection and take 35 mins or much less from begin to end. With this lavishly photographed cookbook handy, a person can organize a short, scrumptious, and fuss-free meal. And the dishes are completely delectable, together with: poultry and Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce; Broccoli and Garlic Breadcrumb Spaghetti; Teriyaki pork Salad; and Vanilla Bean Butter Cookies. Feeding your loved ones hasn't ever been less complicated.

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To decide what chocolate you want to eat or cook with, you owe it to yourself to taste a wide variety. QUALITIES TO LOOK FOR You can begin to learn your own style and preferences by trying be glossy with no surface blemishes. Unless the chocolate is the following highly regarded larger brands: Callebaut, El Rey, Mexican style or for other reasons purposely rustic, the interior, Ghirardelli, Guittard, Lindt, Michel Cluizel, Scharffen Berger, though less glossy, should be dark and evenly colored, without and Valrhona.

Brown sugar is measured by packing it cinnamon or canela in specialty food stores or Latin markets, or fairly firmly into the measuring cup. order it by mail from Penzeys Spices (see Sources, page 317). Vanilla Sugar E X TR AC T I use only pure vanilla extract. There are no rules I use cane sugar rather than beet sugar for baking and des- really, but when I want classic vanilla flavor or a subtle back- sert making. indd 29 Pages:29 15167 • 21305313 9/6/13 7:09 PM Madagascar or Mexican vanilla. When I want a more floral or BE ANS These are slightly more time-consuming to use, but exotic flavor, I use Tahitian.

Savvy chocolate lovers chocolates make cake or torte batters a little thicker, and cakes will be surprised at such a low minimum, since most bittersweet made with them may be done a little sooner or seem drier than or semisweet chocolates today exceed 54%. Regardless of the before; ganaches may curdle or separate. A major goal of this official minimum (and no official maximum), chocolate makers book is to explain how chocolates with different cacao percent- have been increasing the cacao content of dark chocolate over ages affect recipes—and to encourage the use of these choc- several decades; this has been done in response to a growing olates by giving the cook the essential tools.

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