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The off-centered bubbling will encourage fat to accumulate on one side of the pot for easier removal. A leaf of lettuce dropped in a pot of soup will absorb grease from the top. To remove the last spots of fat floating on the surface drag a clean unprinted paper towel across the top. It will oak up most of the remaining oil. Refrigerate cooked stews and soups overnight before serving. The fat will rise and solidify in a layer at the top. The fat may then be removed by breaking it up into large pieces and lifting it away with a spoon. When in a hurry to skim the fat from soup float an ice cube in the soup to help congeal the fat and make it easier to remove. If the Soup is too Salty... Try one of the following methods to correct over-salting: (1) Add a whole peeled raw potato to the soup and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes.
If you have larger hands we suggest trying a 10-inch blade or possibly a 12-inch blade. Consider a knife with a slight curve to the blade this allows for easier chopping. A great quality knife is designed to "catch an edge" making your cutting safer and easier and frankly more enjoyable. If you re going to invest in quality cutlery we also suggest an electric knife sharpener that controls the sharpening angle (a perfect 20 degrees). Fresh Ingredients: Fresh. Fresh. Fresh. Nothing can replace the complex and wonderful flavors of fresh vegetables meats herbs and spices. Even ingredients such as olive oil offer the best flavor when freshest. Soup aficionados who make the effort to use fresh home made stocks are an inspiration to us all. In general your kitchen should keep a collection of fresh staple ingredients such as onions celery and carrots fresh peppercorns garlic and parsley.
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An immersion blender will make soup thickening creamed soups and puree s a snap. Its highly convenient and is less messy to clean up though the upright blender wins hands down for overall performance. We love the immersion blender because it minimizes messes and reduces the handling of hot soup. We highly recommend an immersion blender with variable speeds powerful motor stainless steel blending attachments and of course a splash guard. Dutch Oven Enamel Coated Cast Iron : Some of the most amazing soups you ll ever make will come from your dutch oven. There are two types of dutch ovens we recommend. First a high quality enamel coated cast iron dutch oven. Le Creuset is wildly popular for justifiable reason. It cooks evenly and hot without scorching your food and the enamel coating allows for an easy clean up.