It’s Good Friday today and I’m taking the day off from the kitchen. But that doesn’t mean I’m not gonna be posting anything here. :P
Lesson for the Day: Making A Roux (pronounced as \ˈrü\).
My method is unorthodox, so follow at your own risk:
- Medium-low heat.
- Three ingredients: Fat, Flour, Milk.
- Fat can be any kind from butter, oil, fat rendered from bacon or fatty juices from a roast.
- Flour is added in an equal part to the fat, in terms of weight, not volume. (Cornflour can be used but much less is needed since its thickening properties are stronger than that of plain flour.)
- Using a whisk or whatever, combine the two briefly.
- While doing so, add milk in small quantities.
- Do this until you get a single glob or a sauce-like texture, whichever you need.