agar-agar

NOUN
  1. a colloidal extract of algae; used especially in culture media and as a gelling agent in foods
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How To Use agar-agar In A Sentence

  • Some alternatives which produce results similar to gelatin are agar-agar, carrageenan, tapioca, sago, guar gum, pectin, and rennet.
  • Agar-agar gels are unique in withstanding temperatures near boiling point.
  • That application is still on the menu; in 2009, the restaurant was making the pasta for ravioli from nothing more than Parmesan serum and agar-agar. The Sorcerer’s Apprentices
  • Thanks to the addition of agar-agar, the disks have the consistency of gelatin and are extremely fragile, so transferring them from tray to the drying rack on which they will be lightly dehydrated requires a bit of finesse. The Sorcerer’s Apprentices
  • Add the agar-agar by whisking it in, boil for 3 minutes, remove from heat and add the sponged gelatine. Times, Sunday Times
  • A traditional stabilizer used to be arrowroot, but now agar-agar, carrageen, starches, gelatin, or even pectin are common natural-based stabilizers.
  • Measure 300ml of the mushroom juice and bring to the boil with the agar-agar. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the quinoa and verjus gelee salad: In a pot, combine verjus, sugar and agar-agar; let sit for 10 minutes then bring to a boil.
  • Roberto González, a cooking instructor and food writer who did a stage at the restaurant in 1998, remembers the first time they got agar-agar, which by now is one of the standard gellifiers that elBulli uses. The Sorcerer’s Apprentices
  • Some alternatives which produce results similar to gelatin are agar-agar, carrageenan, tapioca, sago, guar gum, pectin, and rennet.
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