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What To Do If A Dish Is Too Spicy

What To Do If A Dish Is Too Spicy:You have probably asked yourself “My food is too spicy,what should I do to fix it?”Throwing food is a waste so we made a list of tricks help you with your spicy food problems.

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Spicy Food Fix

Acid:Depending on the dish, try adding some citrus juice (lemon or lime work best with most flavors), vinegar, chopped pineapples or tomato juice sauce.
Add shredded carrots or cubed or shredded potatoes to temper heat. Since they are full of sugar it will help you with a fight against the heat while their porous texture may help to absorb some of the spice.
Nuts:It may sound nuts but adding peanut or almond butter or tahini (a sesame seed paste) can go a long way toward toning down that piquant dish.
Sweet Sugar can help counteract the spice in a dish. Try adding o teaspoon of granulated sugar, a spoonful of honey or even a squid of ketchup to tone down the heat.

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Broth:If the hot dish in question is a chili, sauce, or anything that can take being thinned down then add a ladleful of broth or other mild liquid. This will speed out the heat more per smiling, thus diffusing it.
Dairy:Dairy tempers spice. Stir in a tablespoon of a time of mud, sour cream, milk, coconut milk and/or a mild cheese like Parmesan to countered overly hot flavors.
Make more if you have extra ingredients on hand and don’t mind o double batch, you could add more of every ingredient except the spicy one to diffuse the heat. Some amount of spice in a bigger dish will be less.

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