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Discussion in 'Recipe Discussion' started by hedgeshog, Feb 15, 2018.
I've got two custards steeping to try it too. One with and one without.
It’s great stuff @cptfrederickson . Also if you add it to already mixed liquid it works straight away, pretty much. I like it in custards and all desert flavours.
It doesn’t add saltiness I’m afraid @crustyfolker .
twas the only thing i could think of that may work. having never tried it i am glad someone else has
Saltiness seems to be quite elusive in vapour. I was trying things out for a tzatziki recipe, and couldn’t find anything that would taste salty. Apparently salt flavour is impossible to replicate artificially, too.
So i wonder if salted caramel would be salty. I am sure i have seen the flavour. But yes salt isn't exactly a flavour. Regarding saline, i was sure i read somewhere people had used it to add a salty flavour hence the first comment.
It was used in a recipe I'd seen on DIY or die from Charlie noble as I recall
Saline doesn’t add salt taste, unfortunately. I have a salted caramel concentrate, that doesn’t taste salty to me either.
Saline is used to thin out juice i think?
FLV beer nuts apparently tastes a bit salty but Chefs were out of stock last time I ordered flavours so couldn't buy it to try.
I have some savoury flavour testers currently mixed up ready to try this week, could probably do with a salty conc if any of them turn out to not be vomit inducing. Corn, cooked egg yolk and tomato all at 2%, cheddar, mozzarella and fried bacon all at 1%. I'll post up my thoughts in a thread once I've tried them.