To economise this substance, we should use lukewarm water only; and when flavouring matter is to be added to it, this is better deferred until after the paste is made.
It is used as a flavouring by cooks, confectioners, and liqueuristes; and in medicine as a carminative.
These are made of the same materials as lemonade powders, the flavouring ingredient being varied to suit the particular case.
A similar article is prepared by flavouring sweetened spirit with the new 'raspberry essence.
The materials employed in the preparation of liqueurs or cordials are rain or distilled water, white sugar, clean flavourless spirit, and flavouring ingredients.
In managing the still, the fire is proportioned to the ponderosity of the oil or flavouring substance, and the receiver is changed before the faints come over; as these are unfitted to be mixed with the cordial.
A solution of bichloride of mercury disguised by the addition of a little flavouringand tinctorial matter.
Dissolved in rectified spirit it is much used as a flavouring substance by confectioners and liquoristes.
It is found in fir plantations in the spring, at which season it is collected from the fir woods around and sent to Vienna, where it is only used for flavouringsauces under the name of "Nagelschwämme.
In both these genera, the individuals can be dried so readily that they are the more valuable on that account, as they can be used for flavouring in winter when fresh specimens of any kind of fungus are difficult to procure.
Latin Caryophyllum, and referring to the spicy odour of the flower, which seems to have been used in flavouring wine and other liquors to replace the more costly clove of India.
Sweetened or cordialized gin is obtained by adding sugar and flavouring matter (juniper, coriander, angelica, &c.
The use of the juniper for flavouring alcoholic beverages may be traced to the invention, or perfecting, by Count de Morret, son of Henry IV.
Some invalids like a little of this jelly warmed as broth; in this case omit the lemon-peel, and use as flavouring a tea-spoonful of thyme leaves finely minced and sewn up in a bit of muslin, removing the muslin before the jelly is strained.
All antiseptics, preservatives, and artificial flavouring agents should be avoided as suggestions of the devil.
Any flavouring may be used, but perhaps there is nothing better than grated lemon-peel, and for those who like it, powdered cinnamon or grated nutmeg.
Herbs for the proper flavouring of the Turtle Soup are supplied by Bellis; these should be put in about an hour before the turtle is finished, and be tied in muslin.
Cream of a superior kind is now everywhere to be had in jars, condensed milk answers well, and by the use of Nelson's Gelatine, and any flavouring or syrup, excellent creams can be made.
The wine is perfectly pure, no flavouring extracts or spirit being employed in the composition of the liqueur, which, is composed merely of sugar-candy dissolved in fine old wine.
The essential oil is largely obtained by distillation for use in medicine as an aromatic stimulant and carminative, and as a flavouring material in cookery and in liqueurs for drinking.
In the north of Europe they are much used as a spice and flavouring material for cakes and liqueurs; and they are very extensively employed in the East for chewing with betel, &c.
Alcohol, for example, tells us at once that it is bad for us; yet we manage so to dress it up with flavouring matters and dilute it with water that we overlook the fiery character of the spirit itself.
It is eaten either as an hors d'oeuvre, particularly in Russia and northern Europe with kummel or other liqueurs, or as a savoury, or as a flavouring to other dishes.
Both blanched and green it is stewed and used in soups, the seeds also being used as a flavouring ingredient.
The pods and seeds when properly dried furnish the flavouring extract of commerce.
Vanilla, which is used in flavouring chocolate as well as many other dishes, was also found in use among the Aztecs at the time of the Spanish conquest.
It is also made by putting marrons into a plain rich white cream, flavouring it with the wine and serving it on whipped cream; in any form it is always a delicious dessert.
The Nesselrode pudding is made in various ways, most of them very elaborate; probably the simplest is a caramel cream with preserved figs and marrons cut up fine in it, with a flavouring of wine.
Both the fermenting and flavouring principles reside chiefly in the fresh cane juice, and in the skimmings of the clarifier; because, after the syrup has been boiled, they are in a great measure dissipated.
Camphor is also a constituent of the compound tincture of camphor; but in this case it may be considered only a flavouring agent.
Its smell is exactly the same as that from the oil or essence of bitter almonds; and it is from this circumstance, under the name of "essence of mirbane," much used in the preparation of perfumes and flavouring agents.
A woman, aged 30, tasted a liquid used for flavouring pastry, which was afterwards chemically identified as pure nitro-benzene.
Used as a flavouring or zest by cooks, liqueuristes, and confectioners.
Very rich; like the last, any suitable flavouring matter may be added to it.
The Germans add it to common rum, to form the flavouring for their 'pine-apple ale.
As a condiment and flavouring ingredient, it is perhaps one of the most wholesome of the aromatic kinds, and is less acrid than the peppers.
The caraways, ginger, and other flavouring ingredients are preferred in the form of fine powder, or are made into an essence, by digesting them in spirit of wine; the first is the most common method.
This preparation is very convenient for flavouring cordials, pastry, &c.
The warm, smooth paste which passes from the mill is then placed in a mixing mill, and incorporated with refined sugar, and usually vanilla or other flavouring substance.
The first is used chiefly as a colouring and flavouring substance by cooks, confectioners, wine and cordial brewers, &c.
Latterly, however, it has been still more largely employed as a flavouring matter in the different kinds of “Cattle Feeds.
In Cyprus it is commonly used as a flavouring in cooking.
The plant is an annual, native to the Mediterranean region, and the seeds, which are used in the East for flavouring curries, etc.
She always gave you a feeling of delicately intertwined reticencies and avowals, a faint New England flavouring which she had never lost.
Only with her, formality was a flavouring of intimacy, a curious fragrance like a faint clinging of unseen pot-pourri.
Plum marmalade may be made in this manner, flavouringit with pounded plum-kernels.
Or you may make a sauce by flavouring your melted butter with a glass of port wine, and an anchovy boned and minced.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "flavouring" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.