Bread crumbs are a versatile ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. They are made by grinding stale or dried bread into small, uniform pieces.
Bread crumbs can be used for a variety of purposes in cooking, such as:
Breading: Bread crumbs are often used as a coating for fried or baked foods such as chicken, fish, and vegetables. To bread food, it is typically dipped in flour, then egg, and finally coated in bread crumbs before cooking.
Topping: Bread crumbs can be used as a topping for casseroles, pasta dishes, and salads. They can be seasoned with herbs and spices for added flavor.
Binding: Bread crumbs can be used as a binder in meatballs, meatloaf, and veggie burgers. They help hold the ingredients together and keep them from falling apart during cooking.
Thickening: Bread crumbs can be used as a thickener for soups, stews, and sauces. They absorb liquid and help to create a thicker consistency.
Absorbing: Bread crumbs can be used to absorb excess moisture in dishes such as meatloaf or stuffed mushrooms.
Corn starch is a fine, white powder that is derived from the endosperm of the corn kernel. It is commonly used as a thickening agent in food, but it also has other culinary applications. Corn starch is a versatile ingredient that is used in a variety of recipes, from soups and sauces to baked goods and desserts.
One of the most common uses of corn starch in cooking is as a thickener for sauces, gravies, and soups. It works by absorbing moisture and creating a gel-like texture, which helps to thicken and stabilize the mixture. Corn starch is often preferred over other thickeners, such as flour, because it creates a smoother texture and does not alter the flavor of the dish.
Corn starch can also be used as a coating for fried foods, such as chicken or fish. It creates a crispy outer layer and helps to seal in the moisture of the food. Corn starch can also be added to baking recipes, such as cakes and cookies, to create a softer and more tender texture.
MSG (monosodium glutamate) is a flavor enhancer that is commonly used in the food industry.
It is a white crystalline powder that is derived from the amino acid glutamic acid, which is naturally present in many foods, such as tomatoes, cheese, and mushrooms.
MSG works by enhancing the savory or umami taste of food, which is often described as a meaty, brothy, or savory flavor. It does not add a distinct flavor to food, but rather enhances the existing flavors and makes them more pronounced. MSG is often used in savory dishes such as
soups, stews, and gravies, as well as processed foods such as canned and frozen foods, snacks, and fast food.
MSG is often used in Asian cuisine, particularly in Chinese and Japanese cooking. It is also a common ingredient in processed foods such as chips, crackers, and frozen meals. MSG is available as a standalone ingredient or can be found in many commercial seasoning blends and
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This is a premium low-ash Asian noodle flour that can also be used to make dumplings, potstickers and steam buns. Produced with the customer in mind to keep pricing competitive with comparable imported flours. It is used in preparation of Asian noodles, Dumplings, Potstickers, and Steam bread.
H & R All Purpose
Our All Purpose Flour performs well in a wide range of baked products – yeast breads, cakes, cookies, pastries and snacks. It produces good volume and fermentation tolerance, along with an attractive crumb color and smooth texture. Choose it for everything from dinner rolls to sauces and gravies to chips.
H&R Flour is used for batters and breading, Biscuits, Breadsticks, Cereal and chips, Cookies, Hard/Kaiser rolls, Muffins, Pizza crusts, Quick breads, Sauces and gravies, Scones, Tortillas, Waffles and pancakes, White pan breads.
Moisture Content: 14.3% Max Ash Content: 5.3% – .59% Protein Content: 10.3% – 11.8%
Premium High Gluten High gluten flour creates the chewiness and crustiness your customers want in bagels, pizza crusts, Kaiser rolls, and artisanal breads. Our premium high gluten flour provides exceptional mixing and baking performance along with fermentation tolerance, machinability and absorption. It is commonly used for Artisanal breads, Bagels, Hard/Kaiser rolls, and Pizza crusts.
Moisture Content: 14.3% Max Ash Content: .51% – .57% Protein Content: 13.7% – 14.3%
Table salt, also known as sodium chloride (NaCl), is a crystalline compound that is commonly used as a seasoning and preservative in cooking and food preparation.
Table salt is made up of two minerals, sodium and chloride, which are essential to human health and are found in many foods. However, excessive intake of sodium can increase the risk of high blood pressure and other health problems, so it is important to use table salt in moderation.
Common usages of table salt include:
Seasoning food: Salt is added to food to enhance its flavor and bring out natural flavors. It is commonly used to season meats, vegetables, soups, and sauces.
Preserving food: Salt is also used as a preservative to help prevent the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms that can spoil food. This is why salt is often used in curing meats and fish, as well as in pickling vegetables. Baking: Salt is used in many baking recipes to help control the fermentation process and to add flavor. It is also used in bread-making to help regulate the dough’s rise.
Water softening: Salt is sometimes used in water softening systems to remove minerals that can make water hard and cause buildup in pipes and appliances.
Cleaning: Salt can be used as an abrasive cleaner to remove stains and grime from surfaces like pots, pans, and countertops.