The second you odor "burn" or "scortch", protect against STIRRING and remove from warmth ASAP!

Transfer come a brand-new pot/pan IMMEDIATELY!

DO no attempt to eliminate ANYTHING sticking to the bottom. Accept everything comes out conveniently on that own and pray it deserve to be salvaged!

Burning sauce suck. I spent a good pair hours building a pomodoro basic to be used over the next couple days (I'm a negative chef). There to be some man named Felix jumping from space or part shit the day and I left the pot just long sufficient to watch. Burned my fucking sauce, couldn't conserve it. I salvaged it by utilizing it in a small ziti with several cheese the next day yet it was still simply covered burn. Great luck!


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Follow the over ^ You have the right to also shot adding peanut butter, the fat content helps mask the charred flavor. Or you could go through it, after an altering to a brand-new pan -- add liquid smoke and build a smoky flavor...you never ever know.

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Make brand-new soup and also don't burn it following time.


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Grillardin | Saucier

What kind of soup?


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Vegetarian beef soup


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Depends top top compatibility v the soup however I have uncovered a little of milk kills turn off a most the burned taste.


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After delivering to a brand-new pan, ns would try adding huge potato piece for a while and then removing them. They can save a soup the is also salty or spicy, perhaps they can temper the burn. You will have to correct the seasoning afterwards.

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Ok. So far peanut butter has actually helped slightly.

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I don't think you have the right to honestly, maybe include in part peppers to do the spice over strength it??


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Peppers always make everything better!


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