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Dec 102012

It has been proved that the time when spices are added during the making of certain dish has a great influence in the results you get. In order to better understad the process of making a dish, we are going to set three different phases: First, the phase that includes all the adaptations made to a certain food before actually cooking it, followed by the cooking itself, using heat, and finally the after-heat adaptations.

Pimienta negra molidaIt is known that many spices have volatile components, that provide aromas to dishes; these compounds are very sensitive to heat, and suffer alterations or disappear with it. The best thing to do to maximize the aroma that this spices give is to add them to the dish during the final phase of the preparation. Continue reading »