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How To Make Roux: Step-By-Step Tutorial with Photos - Culinary Arts
Roux is probably the most common sauce thickener in the culinary arts. Usually it's made with just butter and flour, and it's super easy to make.
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Roux - Definition - Busy Cooks - About.com
Definition of roux, a cooking term.: time methods cooking methods etouffe making a roux granules.
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Roux Definition in Culinary Arts
Roux is a mixture of equal parts fat and flour used for thickening sauces and soups. But one of the mistakes people sometimes make is that equal parts means  ...
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Roux Ingredient History and Recipes - Southern Food - About.com
Roux is the base of some of the world's most wonderful soups, stews, and sauces . The blend of oil and flour known as roux slowly cooks together to produce a ...
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Thickening a Sauce with Roux - Culinary Arts - About.com
When you thicken a sauce or gravy with roux (which is half butter, half flour) you'll want to use the right amount so that your finished product isn't too thick.
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Roux: Flour-Based Sauce Ingredient and Technique - Cooking for Two
Roux is a French word and refers to a combination of a lipid (fat or oil) and flour and is a key ingredient in, probably, thousands of dishes involving some sort of ...
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Making Roux: Cook Until Desired Color Is Achieved - Culinary Arts
How long you cook the roux depends on what you're using it for. A béchamel sauce calls for a white roux, so you'll only want to cook it for a few minutes, until the ...
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How to Make a Roux, Step 2: Add the Flour - Culinary Arts - About.com
When the butter melts and turns frothy, stir in a little bit of all-purpose flour. You can use either a wooden spoon or a whisk. Remember, an ounce of butter will ...
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Microwave Roux Recipe - Southern Food - About.com
Make this foolproof, easy microwave oven roux to enhance all your favorite savory dishes--Cajun or otherwise. This is a nice roux to make for a gumbo or stew, ...
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Traditional Roux Recipe - Southern Food - About.com
Roux is the base of some of the world's most wonderful soups, stews, and sauces . The blend of oil and flour known as roux slowly cooks together to produce a ...
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