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Just added too much cayenne in my Charmoula Sauce? How can I correct it?

Charmoula is Moroccan. This sauce is used to 'zip' up a rather bland butternut squash & carrot soup

asked by Elizabeth Knebli over 1 year ago
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hardlikearmour

hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.

added over 1 year ago

Assuming it's already stirred in, the best thing to do would be make more charmoula w/o the cayenne. Otherwise consider adding less charmoula to the final soup. Essentially "dilution is the solution".

Waffle3
added over 1 year ago


Agreed. Unless the addition of sugar would be appropriate.