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arrowroot thinkener

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 27, 2012 at 2:46 AM

can arrowroot thicken oils without any other liquids?

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Try it, try it and you may, I say.

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Arrowroot is a starch and can thicken watery liquids, but not oil. The thickening process happens because the starch particles will burst with the heat of the boiling liquid and suck up water, so that you get a suspension - thickened sauce.

Cooking stuff in oil is actually a dry process, so that you would just roast the arrowroot.

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