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What Is Corn Starch? - Description, Uses & Tips - Food Reference
Corn starch is used in cooking as a thickening agent for soups, sauces, stews, casseroles, pies, and more.
How to Thicken a Sauce with Cornstarch - Culinary Arts - About.com
Cornstarch is a common thickening agent in the culinary arts, but if you add it directly to the liquid you want to thicken, it will clump up. To thicken a sauce or soup ...
Make Invisible Ink - Corn Starch - Chemistry - About.com
May 20, 2014 ... Use corn starch and an iodine solution to write a secret message and then reveal it.
How to Substitute Corn Starch for Flour
Jul 1, 2014 ... Instead of using flour to thicken soups, sauces, pies, etc., you can easily substitute corn starch for flour and get great results.
Using Cornstarch in Marinades in Chinese Stir-Fry Dishes
Why is there cornstarch in the marinade? Many Chinese recipes call for adding cornstarch to the marinade. Find out why and try several recipes.
Is Cornstarch Gluten-Free, or Does It Contain Gluten?
Jun 2, 2014 ... Pure cornstarch is made from corn kernels, which do not contain the gluten protein that causes problems in people with celiac disease and ...
Krema Vanilia: Basic Vanilla Corn Starch Pudding - Greek Food
This basic no-egg corn starch pudding is a standard in Greek homes. Suitable for babies, it's also a favorite with children of all ages and, with the addition of fruit, ...
How to Thicken a Sauce With Cornstarch in Chinese Recipes
Many Chinese recipes call for cornstarch to be added to a sauce in the final stages of cooking. However, if you don't add it properly you'll wind up with clumps of ...
Cornstarch - Glossary of Chinese Ingredients and Cooking Terms
Cornstarch is a powdery substance that is made from the endosperm of corn. Cornstarch performs three main functions in Chinese cooking. First ...
Other Thickeners for Making Perfect Gravy
Another thickening method involves using a slurry of starch and liquid added to pan drippings. This method is best used with cornstarch or arrowroot and results  ...
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