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If you have ever tasted a dish you thought lacked a certain flavor, it probably needed an enhancer like MSG.If you know how to use MSG correctly, your meals will linger pleasantly on the taste buds
Monosodium glutamate is a flavor enhancer that is the salt component of the amino acid glutamate and actually occurs naturally in a variety of foods. MSG imparts a savory taste.
1.Add one-half teaspoon of MSG per one pound of meat such as beef, pork or chicken to enhance the flavor. Sprinkle it evenly on the meat before you cook it. If you create your own meat rub from the spices in your pantry, add the MSG to the meat rub and mix thoroughly before applying the rub to the meat.2.Mix 1/2-teaspoon of MSG into vegetable-based casseroles, soups and other vegetable dishes, based on four to six servings. Add the MSG during the cooking process as you would other spices. Taste your dish first before adding the MSG, though, because you may not need the full 1/2-teaspoon for flavor enhancement.3.Sprinkle no more than 1/4- to 1/2-teaspoon of MSG on finished rice or noodle dishes, such as fried rice or chow mein. The MSG, combined with the hot temperature of the dish, boosts the flavors already present.4.Add a small pinch (approximately 1/4-teaspoon) to homemade salad dressings, sauces, gravies and marinades. The MSG enhances the melding of the seasonings to create a tastier accompaniment.5.Create lower-sodium dishes by substituting half the salt for MSG. For example, if a recipe calls for 1/2-teaspoon of salt, add 1/4-teaspoon of salt and 1/4-teaspoon of MSG instead. This substitution may not work on recipes for breads, cookies and cakes as altering the amount of salt could impact how these food items rise and bake.