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October 13, 2012

The Pantry Quiz #4

The Pantry Quiz. What is it?

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This pantry ingredient that colors your lipstick, repels bugs, stains your fingers and turns cheese yellow has two common names (one Spanish, one English). What are the two names?

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Please leave your answer in the comments, and let us know whether you have this ingredient in your pantry.

[Last week's answer: Apple spice cake, my absolute favorite cake for this time of year. According to Baking 911, "eggs are binders that help hold all the ingredients together. Eggs contribute liquid to a recipe and thus serve as a toughener, especially the egg white portion. Egg whites are often used to produce a light, airy texture, and yolks contribute to the color, flavor, and texture of baked products."]

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Comments

annatto seeds! I do have them in my pantry!

Annatto. Achiote
Yes...its in my pantry. I color oil w it. My husband is from PR so I need it for cooking. You can buy the colored oil Achiotina by Goya. But its much cheaper to make your own.

annatto or achiote

Yes, I have it and use it for flavoring vegetable oil and rice. My husband is Puerto Rican/American and enjoys an occasional ethnic meal.

Achiote or bixa orellana seeds , i did buy them once but did not know how properly use the spice:(

wow looks like I need to stock some in my pantry I thought it looked like my cats food

In Florida, the Latin influence in our cooking makes these annatto seeds, or achiote seeds, an important ingredient.

Annatto! I have it in ground form but I rarely use it - I need to do more with it!

I have this ingredient but rarely use it. This was a tough one. If I hadn't gotten here late I don't think I would have guessed it!

annato... not in my pantry... as of yet!!

Annato seeds, or achiote. I do not have the seeds in my pantry, although I have ground achiote that I got in Mexico. I don't even know why I knew this!

Achiote, I use this a lot!!!

Annato. We bought some a while ago but never got around to using it.

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