Friday, July 17, 2009

Cooking Spray

Entry ni ditulis utk menjawab soalan dari Anonymous....
Anonymous said... eynda, cooking spray tu apa? camna? tunjuk gmabr sket? ke dah tunjuk? July 17, 2009 12:18 PM
So ini la cooking spray tu....murah je...tak sampai RM20 sebotol...tahan lama jugak...
 
 
2gm tu banyak mana ek?? Tapi ok la cuma 18 kalori...utk tumis2 eynda spray  2-3 kali je...tak penuh sudu besar pun kalau sukat :-)
Ni ada artikel pasal cooking spray...
 Cooking Spray.
Commercial cooking spray is typically made from a combination of vegetable oil and lecithin (or other emulsifier). Dispensed in a very fine mist, it coats pans and surfaces to prevent foods from sticking when grilling, sautéing, broiling, roasting or baking. Sometimes cooking spray is used directly on foods to add low-fat flavor. It is an indispensable cooking ingredient for health-conscious cooks who are watching their fat intake, and it also has some practical uses around the kitchen when it comes to easy cleanup. Varieties and Buying Tips Cooking spray can be found in your supermarket's cooking oil section. It is available in aerosol and nonaerosol cans, as well as plain (original), butter or olive oil flavors. You may also find specific varieties for grilling (formulated for higher temperatures) and baking (mixed with flour). To make your own spray, purchase a mister (available at most kitchen stores) and manually fill it with vegetable or olive oil at home. Storage Tips Cooking spray should be stored at a cool room temperature and used within one year for best quality. Usage Tips • Never use cooking spray on hot surfaces or near open flames. • Spray around jar lids to keep them from sticking. • Spray your plastic containers and utensils to prevent tomato sauce stains. • Coat containers to be filled with gelatin for easy unmolding. • Spray into ice cube trays before filling to easily remove ice cubes. • Coat the inside of your food processor when processing sticky ingredients or grating cheese. • Use it on one side of plastic wrap to keep it from sticking to delicate surfaces like frosting. • Spritz kitchen shears before cutting ingredients that stick together. • Spray on box or hand graters before grating chocolate or cheese. • When measuring honey (or other sticky ingredients), spray the measuring cup or spoon and it will slide right out. • When rolling dough, spray on your hands, rolling surface, rolling pin and dough. • When grilling, spray onto cold grill and tongs.
source : big oven

9 comments:

Fa'e said...

hehe...eynda, akak pon jadik "jakun" sekejap bila baca n3 nie...

akak pon x penah tau ttg cooking spray nie...klakar kan? nama je dok "obe c" tapi x ikut perkembangan lngsg....cooking spray pon x tau ape benda...huhuhu...

kalo x baca n3 eynda nie...dengar owg cakap mau ternganga dibuatnya...hahaha....

que_zul said...

penah nampak cooking spray ni kat mall..tp tk pernah ler beli..tk tahu nk pakai camner..selalu beli olive oil dan minyak jagung jer...

Lady of Leisure said...

nak kene beli ni, baru bebetul diet kan..

ira_kecik said...

ira tak pernah nampak cooking spray nie..... jakun kan? tapi memang tak pernah nampak pon..... bagus gak kan, sape2 yg tak nak makan berminyak sangat bleh guna cookig spray nie.

eynda said...

Fa'e....eynda pun dah lupa cemana citer eynda boleh gi beli cooking spray ni hehe...dulu macam Fa'e jugak la :-p



Que...nanti try la beli...bagus especially kalau masak guna frying pan :-)



Lady....beli jangan tak beli :-D



Irakecik....takpe lepas ni jumpa tak jakun dah hehe...memang tak rasa macam minyak pun kalau sembur sekali dua :-) Very light....

Bitt said...

thanks 4 sharing...banyak info for sticky tips...utk food tak banyak la kak? nak spray after cook ke b4 food tu dah masak or tengah2 masak...opss tengah2 masak mau terbakar kuali plakkan huhuhuhu

eynda said...

Bitt....selalunyer akak nak tumis bahan masak guna cooking spray ni...spray 2-3 kali pas tu tunggu minyak panas, tumis la....kalau nak bakar ikan/daging akak sembur skit kat ikan/daging sebelum masuk oven....

Anonymous said...

eynda, macih.... baru la tau apa bendanya....

eynda said...

Anonymous...sama-sama :-)

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