What's an ingredient you add for "extra-ness" in your food?

For example when I make pancakes I add fruits and cinnamon powder, the tiniest pinch of salt - along with the juice from cherries without cherries inside. Rather than plain original pancakes. What's an ingredient you add for "extra-ness" in your food?

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  • I hate cherry and most fruit everything, so I don't think your take on pancakes is quite for me Haha! I add ground mustard seed/ mustard condiment to any spicy dish. There is something about the zesty flavor of mustard that gives Indian/latin/african/Arab food an incredible body.

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    • That sounds cool! And don't worry I don't leave "chunks" of fruit to bite in, I make it into a mixture so it's like the same texture as the pancake batter - so it's more of a flavor than actually eating the fruit knowingly.

Most Helpful Girl

  • Paprika is a go to for me in my eggs and in cottage cheese.

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  • I have two different kinds of hot sauce in my refrigerator, along with pickled jalepenos, and then crushed, dried hot peppers in my cupboard.

    I very often add "heat" of one sort or another to my food.

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  • there's this stuff called "butter and nut" by the spice isle. Makes pancakes great.

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  • That’s cool. I like that... I probably use too much salt in my cooking (I know, I know..) but I use soy sauce in regular dishes instead of salt... it gives it substance. (If you marinade meat in a mixture of soy and honey in the ‘fridge overnight - it makes extremely tender).. I also use a pinch of curry powder- gives it flavor.

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    • Wow that's cool, I haven't thought about substituting salt for soy sauce, I'll give it a try 👍🏼

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    • You could cook it for me... lol 😛

  • I don’t add too many spices or extra ingredients to my food, but I would have to say if I do add something it would have to be onions.

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  • message (Accent), or onion powder, garlic powder, celery salt, Maggi seasoning. It depends on the food and the flavor I'm going for.

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  • This stuff is gold.

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  • Old Bay seasoning is my fav spice blend to throw into food 👌🏾

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  • I add ebola😂

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  • Cumin usually works solid in a lot of dishes, really brings out some of those savory flavors

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  • Usually to add extra-ness to my food, I would go to my room, come back down to the kitchen, and apply the mother game cartridge to whatever's cooking.

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  • I always add a dash or two of Apple pie spice to the mix when I'm baking zucchini bread

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  • Jiravan - an Indian mix of spices... It makes the food finger licking good if u like spicy food

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  • I add message

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  • Pineapple

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  • Everything, im an artist.

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  • Paprika. It sounds rachet, but it’s really good.

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  • Depends on the food.

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  • pepper, paprika, and muscated nut

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  • If the food comes from Monsanto, a few drops of bleach are a must.

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What Girls Said 4

  • I like using mild Cajun seasoning and/or Accent seasoning. For example if im Frying fish or chicken, I like to add those two seasonings in with the others I use

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  • Curd xD

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  • Whipped cream on french toast and waffles.

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  • I add Dijon mustard to all my meatballs, meatloafs, and burgers

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