A fine, dry, white powder that comes from the root of the arrowroot plant and is used as a thickening agent. Because arrowroot thickens at lower temperatures than either flour or cornstarch, it is sometimes used to thicken delicate sauces that should not boil.
Mexican Mocha Pudding with Pumpkin Cream
Adding pumpkin to whipped cream gives it flavor and color while trimming the fat from each serving. Store extra Whipped Pumpkin Cream covered in the refrigerator for up to three days.
Braised Brisket & Roots
This braised brisket gets a decidedly wintery feel from the earthy-sweet flavors of carrots, parsnips and rutabaga.
The key to these crepes is having your pan at the right temperature too high and the crepes will burn; too low and they'll never brown.
Tofu: Know Your Label Lingo
be sliced and used in sandwiches or cubed and added to salads. “Fried” Fried tofu is usually coated in cornstarch or arrowroot and deep fried until a crispy exterior develops. Freshly fried tofu will have a creamy interior; fried tofu sold in the refrigerated
Food Blogs We Love
Gluten Free Lemon Blueberry Bars and how I need to let go of the pretty.
rice flour (sometimes called sweet rice flour) 25 g (3 tablespoons) arrowroot starch (sometimes called arrowroot flour) Lemon Blueberry Filling 75 g (1/2 cup) arrowroot starch (sometimes called arrowroot flour) 455 g (2 1/4 cup) white
On Jealousy and Chocolate Cake (some musing after 3 years of blogging)
the dirty dishes, the piles of broken bundt cakes and sticky gooey not-so-delicious rubbery fillings (take note, arrowroot and cornstarch are NOT always equal substitutions – trust me on this one). I so rarely talk about the failures on this blog, because who wants to see those? Those
Healthy Apple Pie – Rougemont Style [or wait... is it really a cake?]
and pecans; Fold excess dough back over the apples and set aside. In a large mixing bowl, delicately mix the date paste, arrowroot and eggs with a whisk until smooth and well combined. Whisk in egg whites, followed by buttermilk, coconut water, cinnamon