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14 Dominant Ingredients That Suppress All The Other Flavors Inside Your Food

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> 14 Dominant Ingredients That Suppress All The Other Flavors Inside Your Food

Everybody likes different tastes when it comes to food! You may not even stand its smell, but it can be somebody else's favourite food. There are some ingredients in cooking that dominates the entire food and suppress all the other tastes inside. Here's a list of 14 strong flavors. But you better ask if everyone is okay with it before using in your food.

1. Curry

1. Curry
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The most essential spice in Indian and Thai cuisines, Curry makes the food it is added 'Curry Food' .

2. Mint

2. Mint
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Especially fresh mint has a very 'sovereign' flavor which likes to rule others.

3. Cumin

3. Cumin
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If you find yourself commenting about a food like: ' There is something inside this food, but couldn't just recall it now', it's probably cumin.

4. Dill

4. Dill
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Another herb that you would definitely tell when it's inside your food.

5. Grenadine syrup

5. Grenadine syrup
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You can easily distinguish by its peculiar bitter-sweet taste in your mouth!

6. Vinegar

6. Vinegar
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Another strong taste with many haters.

7. Cinnamon

7. Cinnamon
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Being one of the best friend of many desserts, everybody is familiar with cinnamon's feel-good scent.

8. Soy

8. Soy
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A must-have ingrident of Chinese cuisine.

9. Coriander

9. Coriander
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Don't confuse it with parsley, it's coriander!

10. Pickles

10. Pickles
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Especially in salads, burgers, sandwiches. if there are pickles inside, you know it!

11. Ketchup

11. Ketchup
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Known for turning salty into sweet.

12. Fennel seeds

12. Fennel seeds
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Even a single seed gives you a unique fennel experience once it's broken in mouth.

13. Anise

13. Anise
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You can feel its very peculiar flavour from yards away.

14. Parsley

14. Parsley
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Parsley-haters will notice it right after the first bite.

Bonus: Currants / Champagne grapes

Bonus: Currants / Champagne grapes
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Despite the name, it's usually used in baking.

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