jambalaya is similar to gumbo in that its a stew made from meat and vegetables and includes the holy trinity as a base but does not include the okra or filé powder as a thickener. jambalaya is also prepared with rice, but the rice is integrated into the stew while cooking the other ingredients.
cornstarch ftw = thickening agent used in a lot of asisn cooking, like stir frys , with little taste change from original flavors, great all purpose thickener, i thicken my pot roast gravies with it and cut down on the flour and butter roux that way. i'll dissolve it in a little water first and then add it . simmering sauces forever allows
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a number of these have been in use for centuries: agar-agar and konjac flour in japan, for example. on the topic of thickeners in ice creams, one of the oldest frozen desserts still being consumed is the turkish/mediterranean ice cream maras dondurma, which traditionally uses the long-chain carbohydrates found in certain orchid roots as a
i would prefer to thicken the sauce without adding other sauces or foods that might change the authentic buffalo wing taste - like adding ketchup/tomato paste for example. is it just a matter of keeping on the stove longer to reduce? typically i just heat it up, stir and mix it with the wings - so how long would i need to simmer to thicken it
add some creamed corn and bacon to that, for example. thicken up a recipe for any kind of fritter - clam, corn, apple, whatever - with bread and instead of frying in a lot of oil, sautee in butter as patties.