When cooking with less fat, salt, and sugar, acid is a key ingredient for next-level recipes. Here's how to deploy citrus and vinegars to enhance flavors and brighten your healthy dishes.
Mastering the art of seasoning is the factor that distinguishes expert-level cooking. And folks, it's much more than salt and pepper. Knowning when and where (and why) to use acidic ingredients is among the most critical yet commonly misunderstood aspects of seasoning. A squeeze of lemon or a drizzle of vinegar more ofteh than not makes the difference between flat-line flavora nd food that sings. Each of these recipes celebrates a different function of acid application—a collective exploration of what defines the power of sour.