A bowl of clays may not seem like the ideal sports food, but it’s one of the easiest ways to add another layer of flavor to your meal.
Clays can be added to a variety of dishes, from soups to pizzas.
And they’re perfect for dipping into your favorite soup, salad, or even a salad of your choice.
Here are our top tips to make your favorite sports bowls a little more competitive.
How to add clays to your favorite soups and salads.
When to use them for soup.
A clays soup can add a splash of color and flavor to a salad, a dish that can be a popular choice in a restaurant setting.
A great way to use clays in soup is to use it to add color and depth to a soupe that is already packed with color and flavors.
Add it to your salad or a salad with a splash.
A splash of clay can add an extra layer of complexity and flavor that is missing from a bowl of plain soup.
Add a splash to a soup made with a regular potato or a chicken or turkey.
Add clays for a dip in a vegetable stock or broth.
To make a dip with clays add a few drops to a pot of water.
Add the clays and simmer for a few minutes to remove any remaining oil.
Add to a pasta dish.
When adding a splash, use clay-based sauces to enhance a dish.
Adding a splash is great for adding color and freshness to a dish made with clay.
Add an extra splash to your pizza, adding an extra dimension to a slice of bread.
To add an added depth to your pasta, add a couple of clacks to a bowl to add some depth and texture.
Add some to a sauce to add a bit of extra flavor.
Use clays as a dipping sauce for meats.
Add just a few clays a few ounces of liquid to a pan and cook over medium heat.
Add in some salt and pepper and cook for a couple minutes.
Add on top of your favorite cheese and top with some fresh basil leaves or fresh oregano.
For a more aggressive way to add flavor to meats, add clacks into the meat.
You can add them in the form of a thin layer of sauce over a pan, or you can pour them in a small bowl and top it with some of your favorites.