Thursday, October 26, 2017

Fifth Dimension Powder

I recently became aware of the existence of tomato powder. Think about that. Tomato in powdered form. A way to inject the taste of tomato into a dish without the sogginess of having it in liquid form. Once I became aware of this, and thanks to Amazon who loves to tempt me based upon previous interests, I also became aware of Worcestershire Sauce Powder, Portobello Mushroom Powder, Porcini Powder, and a host of others. This has changed the way I cook. Allow this into your life, and it will change the way that you cook too. In addition to that, it's going to enhance everything you make with amazing flavor. Just think about what mushroom powder could add to your favorite soups, stews, meatloaves, burgers, the list is endless. People in your family who may not like the texture of mushrooms, surely will not object to having that wonderful earthy flavor in the food that they're eating.

This rather lengthy introduction was meant to do more than alert you as to the existence of these wonderful products, but also to act as prelude for this recipe that you definitely need in your life. It comes from the book
Wicked Good Burgers: Fearless Recipes and Uncompromising Techniques for the Ultimate Patty by Andy Husbands. If you are a burger lover like I am, you have to go get it, and I am talking NOW! The Fifth Dimension Powder recipe contained within the taste-tempting pages of this fantastic book is going to turn your burgers, whether grilled outdoors or cooked inside on top of the stove, into taste sensations.

How often have you dined at a burger place and wondered why it is that their burgers taste so much better than yours? I mean, come on, it's a beef patty, am I right? How can they vary so much? Sure, there are different cuts of meat, but my guess is that the burger you're having out somewhere, unless it's a high-end restaurant, is probably a lesser quality meat than what you have at home. The difference is taste. The difference is adding flavor without altering the texture of the meat, and powdered flavoring is how you do it.

You have to try this recipe for Fifth Dimension Powder. Once you do, you are going to find yourself adding it to everything. It is going to make such a huge difference that you will wonder where it has been all your life. I don't think I have ever been as excited about a recipe as I am this one. While you’re licking your chops, head on over to Amazon and buy
the book.  Need I mention the upcoming holidays?

Fifth Dimension Powder

6 tablespoons Porcini Powder
2 tablespoons onion powder
2 tablespoons garlic power

Place all ingredients into a small bowl and mix thoroughly. Pour into airtight jars and seal. This will keep at room temperature for up to 6 months. Use 1 generous tablespoon powder per pound of ground beef to make the most delicious burgers!

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Stacey said...

Oh my word, I can add a little mushroom without my husband knowing it!! I love this idea. :)

Alycia Nichols said...

I just discovered all the different powders back in May when I visited fellow blogger Dianne in Nashville. I bought the tomato powder, and it has been a game changer! I’m going to have to try these others for the Fifth Dimension powder! said...

This sounds incredible Pattie! I am going to get the book and powders for my husband for Christmas! THank you thank you thank you!!!! Wowza, I can't wait!