By Raghavan Sharma | January 11, 2019 07:20:38A great condiment to make is the chipotle.
When you’re trying to keep track of all the condiments in your kitchen, or even just on your pantry shelf, you may be tempted to just throw it in your bowl of chips.
Unfortunately, there are so many things to consider when you’re in the midst of the kitchen season, that it can be a bit difficult to pick just one.
A new survey has found that the ultimate recipe is far from easy to get.
A majority of respondents said they’d prefer to cook with more than one condiment.
A new survey by the company Restaurant Brands International (RBI) has revealed that more than half of the respondents, 51% in the U.S., preferred to cook dishes with a few condiments.
“In the last few years, condiments have become the dominant condiment in restaurants,” said Raghav Shah, CEO of Restaurant Brands India, in a statement.
“We’re seeing a shift in our customers towards condiments and they’re using them more.”
A whopping 80% of the U, S. respondents said condiments would make their dishes better if used more often.
“A condiment can have a great effect on taste,” Shah said.
“The more times you use a condiment the more it will taste like a condiments’ natural taste.
A lot of people have tried to get their hands on condiments to see if they can create their own recipes and some of them have succeeded.”
The survey also found that 52% of respondents felt condiments were a big part of their food and that it’s important to make sure they’re being used properly.
The survey also asked participants how often they would cook with a specific condiment and how they’d feel if they were to make their own recipe.
“I would prefer to make a recipe that is more than just one ingredient.
You have to be able to do that to make your own recipe,” said one respondent.
“It’s easier to use condiments if you’re cooking a lot,” said another.
A third of respondents reported that they’d like to get rid of a particular condiment because it doesn’t have a good taste.
“Most of the people I know are using condiments that are good to eat,” said a respondent.
A respondent who chose condiments over ingredients in a recipe said that he didn’t mind using one but wanted to make changes to it.
“Sometimes the ingredients are bad but I prefer to go for ingredients that I’m sure will be better than what I have.
If I have a bad taste I will not make that change,” said the respondent.
The top three reasons respondents cited for choosing condiments are convenience, flavor and convenience, said Shah.
The respondent also said that a lot of food is cooked with the ingredients already in it, which is something condiments can do for you.
“There is a huge demand in restaurants for condiments so many people are willing to try them out.
I think it will come in handy to them if they make changes.
For example, I am sure that if I change my recipe, the ingredients will be in better condition.
The key is that condiments should not be made too often,” he added.