The food processor is a fundamental tool in your kitchen. The unit makes all the difference and breaks many branches in daily, but many people still have questions on how to use it. So we made a basic guide that can take some questions, so illustrative (ie, with a recipe for you to understand). Check out the tips and the recipe:
The food processor is considered a wonder in the kitchen, because it has different possibilities. Its disc crusher can grating with all speed, various ingredients, such as cheese and carrot. All without delay and effort. The slicing disc makes perfectly identical slices and fast foods such as potatoes and apples. Just put the food on the tube and push with the pestle.
You can also use your processor to grind, cut and make recipes of sauces and puree.
And if you love homemade tomato sauce, but thinks a lot of work, take the opportunity to invest in this option with your processor! Do not forget to sanitize all vegetables before using them.
Here’s how to use your processor and learn to make a delicious sauce:
Process the garlic so that it is milled and book, then process the parsley, so it is cortadinha.
Return the garlic to the processor along with a pimentinha and process.
Add a little water or olive oil (a tablespoon), and use the pulsar. The “pulse” is a major technical food processor: it gives the possibility to control the texture of the food to be processed to ensure that no excess or less.
You can give 10 or 15 pulses a second and scrape the garlic and pimentinha wall of glass, between intervals. Coming to a consistency of a puree, you can stop now. The next step is to add the parsley. Use approximately five pulses of one second each to cut the sheets, scraping the sides of the jar, as was done in the previous process.
Tomatoes can be cut into larger pieces: cut in half and then cut the halves, resulting in four parts. If you prefer, remove the seeds before.
Enter the tomato pieces in the cup feeder tube with the motor off the processor. Then turn on the device, processing with three or four pulses of a second each. Pour the contents into a bowl and season as desired. The tomato sauce is ready!