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Southern Cooking Techniques by Gloria Philips





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Southern Cooking Techniques


 
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You will find countless recipes for Southern Cooking on the web, but the things they neglect to let you know is definitely the techniques required to turn those recipes into real southern dishes.

When it comes to Southern recipes, I'm sorry to state that what exactly is often represented being a Southern recipe, will not be. For example, if you notice a recipe for Southern cornbread which includes sugar, which is NOT Southern. I lived all of my life within the South and traveled the planet but have never met a Southerner that puts sugar in cornbread. We call that "Yankee" cornbread. Which is cake, not cornbread.

Returning to the topic available, assuming you might have real Southern recipes, you are able to still end up having a dish which is not truly Southern unless you employ Southern cooking techniques. You might produce something which is great however the technique causes it to be a lot more than good, it can make it special.

Cooking Method:

Southerners fry much more of their dishes than every other people I understand. Therefore, in most cases, Southern cooking will not be reduced fat. However, you are able to reduce the fat happy with the option of cooking oil you utilize. If this sounds like an issue, don't use animal fats, lard or saturated oils. I generally use corn or safflower oil. Surprisingly, with dishes which do not require high temperatures, I personally use extra virgin olive oil. The purpose the following is to simply be ready to fry a great deal with Southern cooking.

Cookware:

Traditional Southern cooking requires cast iron. You need to get an 8 and 10 inch skillet and medium pot for the cookware. Cast iron is relatively cheap and may frequently be seen at thrift stores for 2 or 3 dollars, for those who have one in your area.

The cast iron retains heat quite a long time and burns fingers readily. However it transfers heat like hardly any other material. You need to "cure" or "season" your cast iron before using or you will find a trouble with sticking and rust. As the manufacturers instructions to treat are inadequate, they are going to do. Never use anything but cast iron for cornbread and not cook anything but cornbread within your "cornbread skillet". For the majority of recipes, you will need to heat the cast iron (like pre-heating the oven) before you decide to add the components.

Regular Milk vs. Buttermilk:

In many situations, whenever a recipe requires milk, in Southern cooking, you will use buttermilk. It is best to use buttermilk for the cornbread and biscuits. It possesses a unique flavor that screams "Southern". Here's some advice: unless you keep buttermilk available (I don't), you may make your personal with the addition of in regards to a spoon of white wine vinegar to a cupful of regular milk. Stir and let sit 1 minute. You will find a substitute buttermilk for cooking purposes (I actually do not recommend drinking... although We have never used it).

Cooking Time:

Many Southern dishes (mostly vegetables) are cooked considerably longer than you will see in restaurants or homes in other areas. Specifically, green beans, okra, turnip greens, mustard and collards. Vegetables cooked Southern style usually are not bright colored and crunchy (like Chinese stir fry). They may be tender and flavorful. An exception towards the "crunchy" observation is fried okra. Okra is cooked until nearly burned. It really is coated with cornmeal and is also, indeed, crunchy. However, other vegetables like green beans are cooked around 2 hours until they may be tender and green colored.

Seasoning:

This is among the most significant techniques that distinguishes Southern cooking off their styles. Spicy (hot) flavors are seldom used aside from cajun cooking, which is actually a type of cooking all it's own. Onion, bacon and salt are utilized extensively for seasoning. All greens, black eyed peas, green beans, most anything cooked by boiling in water, is seasoned with salt, a slice of onion along with a slice of bacon (or bacon drippings).

Whilst not a method, it is essential to combine particular foods to generate a traditional Southern meal. Mixtures of listed here are typical. Fried chicken, fried pork chops, greens (turnip, mustard, collards), black eyed peas, fried okra, cornbread and green beans. So, for any real Southern treat, have an authentic Southern recipe, follow these techniques and see your loved ones request more.

For more information about southern cooking, simply visit our website and learn the real southern cooking recipes from the deep south and discover true flavor.

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