Author: Norm King

Tamarind Ginger Emulsion

Ingredients: Water or Sous-Jus, 0.5 cup Tamarind powder, 3 Tablespoons   Tomato paste, 3 oz (o.5 cans). Ginger powder, 1 Tablespoon. Garlic Powder 2 Tablespoons. Molasses, 1 Tablespoon. Sugar, 1/3 cup. Hondashi powder, 2 Tablespoons. Salad oil, 0.5 cup. Procedure: Dissolve tamarind powder in water/sous jus and bring to boil. Remove from heat, add remaining ingredients EXCEPT the oil to blender. Blend well. Drizzle in oil with the blender running. Store refrigerated in squirt bottles.  ...

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Tamarind Tan Emulsion

Ingredients: Water or Sous Jus, 0.5 cup. Tamarind powder, 3 Tablespoons.   Ginger powder, 1 Tablespoon. Garlic Powder 1 Tablespoon. Molasses, 1 Tablespoon. Sugar, 1/4 cup. Soy sauce, 2 Tablespoons. Salad oil, 0.5 cup. Procedure: Dissolve tamarind powder in water/sous jus and bring to boil. Remove from heat, add remaining ingredients EXCEPT the oil to blender. Blend well. Drizzle in oil with the blender running. Store refrigerated in squirt bottles....

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Tamarind Blond Emulsion

Ingredients: Tamarind powder, 3 Tablespoons. Water or Sous-Jus, 0.5 cups.   Dry mustard, 1 Tablespoon. Sugar, 3 Tablespoons. Lemon juice, 2 oz/60 ml. Cajun spice, 1 Tablespoon. Kosher salt, 1 Tablespoon. Garlic fresh, 1 oz/30 g.   Salad oil, 0.5 cup. Procedure. Dissolve tamarind powder in water/sous-jus, bring to boil. Add remaining ingredients to blender EXCEPT oil. Blend well, drizzle in the oil. Store refrigerated in squirt...

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Night Tripper Dry Rub

Ingredients Hungarian Paprika, 4 Tablespoons. Kosher Salt, 2 Tablespoons. White sugar, 4 Tablespoons. White pepper, 1 Tablespoon. Ground black pepper, Tablespoon. Coriander, 2 Tablespoons. Ginger, 1 Tablespoon. Garlic powder, 1 Tablespoon. Onion powder, 1 Tablespoon. Hondashi granules, 1 Tablespoon. Anise seed, 1 Tablespoon. Allspice, 1 Tablespoon. Approximate Yield: Enough for 3-4 lbs/1.5-2 Kg (one side of spare...

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Molasses Vinegar

Balsamic vinegar and balsamic syrup are not what most people think they are. The romantic notion of aging grape must in smokey oak barrels is frequently over stated. That said, there is no accounting for preference. This substance does not intend to replace balsamic vinegar and its thickened cousin, but it can be substituted for it. Ingredients: Molasses, 1 cup/225 ml. White vinegar, 2 cups/450 ml. Procedure: Combine ingredients in a small sauce pan and simmer until it reaches the original thickness of the molasses. This can also be done in the microwave–be careful not to let it boil...

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Brown Sugar Vinegar

Ingredients: Brown sugar, 2 cups/400 g. White vinegar (or your preference), 1 cup/225 ml. Procedure: Combine the ingredients in a small sauce pan and simmer until thickened to honey-like consistency. This can also be done in the microwave oven. Below: Brown Sugar Vinegar, Purple Surple, Molasses Vinegar, Parsley Oil. Norm...

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